An analysis of the Modern Volunteer Army's Field Experiment on Soldier Attitudes and Army Career Intentions
OFFICE OF THE SPECIAL ASSISTANT FOR TRAINING WASHINGTON DC
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Project VOLAR was the experimental effort of the Modern Volunteer Army Program conducted during the period 4 January 1971 to 30 June 1972. The experiment focused on the combat arms and provided selected commanders with limited funds to implement innovative ideas that would only enhance the attraction and retention of volunteers for the combat arms, but also raise living, working and professional standards throughout the Army.
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