The Reserve Forces Policy Board Fiscal Year 1975.
Annual rept. 1 Jul 74-30 Jun 75.
ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (MANPOWER AND RESERVE AFFAIRS) WASHINGTON D C
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Several incentives have been recolmended by the Board for Recruiting and Retention in the Reserve components. During FY 1975 four of those incentives were adopted. The Employer Support of GuardReserve program is being continually monitered by the RFPB. A plan was submitted by the Board in January 1972 to the Secretary of Defense. After some refinements were made to the plan it was implemented on June 22, 1972. A self examination and operating mode of the role and responsibilities of the RFPB was undertaken in FY 1975. Congress indicates that the Board is its principal policy advisor. The effectiveness of its relationship with other statutoryreserve forces policy committees and boards and the regular forces was examined. Since the development of the Total Force Policy the Board feels that it can contribute to the success of this policy in our national defense.
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