The All-Volunteer Armed Force--Its Feasibility and Implications.
ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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The monograph addresses the critical factors associated with achieving an all-volunteer armed force. It develops from historical considerations the basic issues of quantity, quality, and flexibility and examines these in light of changing social and political patterns with particular emphasis on their implications for the Army. It concludes that an all-volunteer armed force is feasible at a cost given the support of the military leadership, the Congress, and the public at large. Author
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