Marine Corps adds 'file to trash bin' to…

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Marine Corps has updated its procedures for command climate surveys (CCS) in order to reduce time between reading the surveys and throwing them into the garbage, sources confirmed today. The surveys, which are used to evaluate the morale and welfare of unit troops, are taken anonymously and ask scaled questions about topics such as work environment, sexual harassment, and a commander's ability to delay approving leave requests.

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