Official Guard and Reserve Manpower Strengths and Statistics.
ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (RESERVE AFFAIRS), WASHINGTON DC
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This Report is produced form each Reserve Components input to the Reserve Components Common Personnel Data System RCCPDS submitted under Report Control Symbols RCS DD-RA-M 1147 and 1148. For more information about RCCPDS, please refer to DoD Instruction 7730.54. The primary objective the RCCPDS is twofold, that is, it provides a 1 standardized and 2 centralized data base containing personnel information on all members of the Reserve Forces. Established in this fashion, the system has become the official source for Reserve Component strength in July 1975 and the official source for accessionlossreenlistment information in July 1976. The information summarized and displayed in this Report reflects the official DoD position and as such if forms the basis for manpower planning, strength accounting and budgeting throughout the Department. Additionally, the information contained herein may be released to individuals and agencies outside the DoD. It is important to note that the reliability of this information is only as good as the sources form which it was drawn. Therefore, it is essential for each Reserve Component to continue the purification of their data. This action will be directly reflected in the quality of information in this Report. Keywords Total reserve Ready reserve Selected reserves Individual ready reserve Inactive National Guard Military force levels Army National Guard Air National Guard US. Marine Corps reserve U.S. Coast Guard reserve.
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