In the light of the limited literature and studies on the Philippine National Police (PNP) Military attrition system, this study was conducted in a pioneering spirit. To determine how PNP Maritime Group view the PNP attrition system and problems in its implementation, a total of 92 randomly selected PNP Maritime Group personnel were requested to answer a researcher-made validated questionnaire. Respondents were likewise asked for their recommendations to improve the system. The study revealed that there are no significant differences among the perceptions (P=0.536687) of the respondents on the attrition system, problems encountered (P= 0.187221) in its implementation and recommendations (P=0.010042). Results of study provide a compelling case for policy-makers to create feedback mechanisms like seminars, focus group discussions and conferences pertaining to PNP Maritime Group attrition system in order to communicate its real purpose. Further research may expand the participants to include higher posts in order to scale the perception and problems encountered during the implementation of the system.