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by Stephen L. Mehay,Mark J. Eitelberg

  • Author: Stephen L. Mehay,Mark J. Eitelberg
  • ISBN: 0313285667
  • ISBN13: 978-0313285660
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Humanities
  • Publisher: Praeger; First Printing edition (June 6, 1994)
  • Pages: 272
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Marching Toward the 21st Century: Military Manpower and Recruiting (Contributions in Military Studies) ePub download

Contributions in military studies, 0883-6884 ; no. 154. General Note: "Papers presented at the "Army Futures" conference.

Contributions in military studies, 0883-6884 ; no. held in January 1992 in Arlington, Virginia" Pref. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. Corporate Name: United States. Army Recruiting, enlistment, etc. Congresses.

By Mark J. Eitelberg, Stephen L. Mehay. Marching toward the 21st Century: Military Manpower and Recruiting. By Mark J. This book is a product of the "Army Futures" project, a major study of various trends that are likely to affect the manpower and recruiting policies of the . Army in the years ahead. Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California.

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Contributions in Military Studies (154). References to this work on external resources.

This book will appeal to persons interested in national security issues and, more specifically, to those who may want to know more about the manpower and recruiting problems facing the military of the future.

Eitelberg, Mark . Mehay, Stephen L. Publication date. 1992-09-01T00:00:00Z. An attempt was made to limit the trends and projections to those that are somehow connected to staffing the y the Army-of the future. These connections may not always be clear, and they are certainly subject to disagreement. The power to control one's future is greatly strengthened by understanding the various influences of the past and present. This is an important part of the planning process, and is the primary objective of the work presented here.

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Objectives: The objectives of this study were to identify perceived priorities related to military personnel's health and physical performance, among attendees at the 4th International Congress on Soldiers' Physical Performance (ICSPP), and to determine if perceived priorities had changed between the 3rd ICSPP survey held in 2014 and the 4th ICSPP survey held in 2017. The actual physical requirements tied to metrics of success in military jobs are also under renewed examination as women are increasingly integrated into military jobs previously performed only by men.

This book will appeal to persons interested in national security issues and, more specifically, to those who may want to know more about the manpower and recruiting problems facing the military of the future. The authors come from a wide variety of backgrounds and academic disciplines--including economics, political science, psychology, sociology, operations research, education, and public administration. This book will also appeal to persons interested in human resource issues beyond the military, as well as those interested in tracking trends in the labor force, public opinion, education, youth attitudes, or society in general.

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