Attitudes of Youth Toward Military Service in the All-Volunteer Force: Results from National Surveys Conducted between May 1971 and May 1973.
HUMAN RESOURCES RESEARCH ORGANIZATION ALEXANDRIA VA
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This report presents information, gathered from national samples representative of the population of American male youth 16 to 21 years old, on a variety of topics related to the transition from a draft-reliant to an all-volunteer military force. Data were obtained by means of five interview surveys conducted at 6-month intervals, beginning in May 1971 and concluding in May 1973. The samples used in this research are representative with respect to age, geographical region, and educational status. Results pertaining to the following areas of concern are contained in the report enlistment intent incentives to enlistment deterrents to enlistment knowledge about military service, Service images and recruiting. Author
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