Annual Report of the Reserve Forces Policy Board, Fiscal Year 1983
ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (MANPOWER RESERVE AFFAIRS/LOGISTICS) WASHINGTON DC RESERVE FORCES POLICY BOARD
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This Annual Report, as required by law 10 USC 133c3, sets forth the Boards independent evaluation, review and comment on Department of Defense policies and programs as they relate to the Reserve Components. It was once written that readership is a passing parade. It is certainly no exception that the readership of the various reports prepared by the Reserve Forces Policy Board varies from year to year. It is, therefore, no accident that we have repeated pertinent material published in past reports, since such material not only tells the story to a new group of readers, but also reinforces what was said earlier to past readers. Content of Fiscal Year 1983 Annual Report The report is organized into seven major sections Importance of the Reserve Components to the Total Force Readiness and Mobilization of the Reserve Components Equipment Manpower Training Other Key Issues Board Activities for Fiscal Year 1983.
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