The Army Reserve Forces Policy Committee
ARMY WAR COLLEGE CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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The Army Reserve Forces Policy Committee has served as a body of civilian-soldier advisors to the Chief of Staff for over 50 years. Its origins, historical development, current organization and operations, relationships to other interested agencies and role were examined. The current role of committee appears to be very effective due in part to a favorable climate of opinion at the Army Chief of Staff level, increased importance of the reserve components in the Armys force structure, and quality leadership on the Committee itself. Recommendations are made to strengthen Committees role in the future.
- Military Forces and Organizations