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The All-Volunteer Force: Thirty Years of Service epub ebook

by Curtis L. Gilroy,Barbara A. Bicksler,John T. Warner

The All-Volunteer Force: Thirty Years of Service epub ebook

Author: Curtis L. Gilroy,Barbara A. Bicksler,John T. Warner
Category: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Potomac Books Inc.; 1st edition (November 30, 2004)
Pages: 396 pages
ISBN: 1574889192
ISBN13: 978-1574889192
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The All-Volunteer Force is more than just a happy, pat-on-the-back book on the virtues and successes of this force. Almost all of its articles declare the virtues, successes, and hurdles overcome by the all-volunteer force, which President Nixon signed into law in 1973. But many of them also criticize the present course and make recommendations for changes to manpower policies, recruiting practices, end strengths, use of the Reserve and Guard forces, and the structure of the active duty ranks.

Gilroy, Curtis . Bicksler, Barbara . and Warner, John . The All-Volunteer Force: Thirty Years of Service, Washington, . Potomac Books, 2004. Military Manpower and Political Purpose, London, United Kingdom, The International Institute for Strategy Studies. Park, Ju Hyun, Midium-Term Expenditure Framework and Yeay 2005 Defense Budget, the KIDA paper No. 9, March 2005. I Want You! The Evolution of the All-Volunteer Force. Rostker, Bernard . I Want You! The Evolution of the All-Volunteer Force, Santa Monica, CA: RAND, 2006.

All Speakers Martin Anderson Bill Carr John Carson Frederick Dent Curtis Gilroy Stephen Herbits Melvin Laird . Curtis Gilroy Official Department of Defense. All Volunteer Force: 30 Years of Service.

All Speakers Martin Anderson Bill Carr John Carson Frederick Dent Curtis Gilroy Stephen Herbits Melvin Laird Walter Oi Bernard Rostker John P. White. This transcript was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning. Stephen Herbits Member President's Cmsn. on All-Volunteer Force. Melvin Laird Secretary (Former) Department of Defense. Walter Oi Professor University of Rochester. Bernard Rostker Senior Fellow RAND Corporation. All Volunteer Force: Sustaining the Force. More information about.

Find nearly any book by Curtis L. Gilroy. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Barbara A. Bicksler, Curtis L. Gilroy, John T. Warner. ISBN 9781574889208 (978-1-57488-920-8) Softcover, Potomac Books, 2004. Find signed collectible books: 'All-Volunteer Force: Thirty Years of Service'. The All-Volunteer Force: Thirty Years of Service.

The authors wish to thank Dr. Curtis Gilroy for sponsoring this project, and for his . Effective recruiting is essential in sustaining the all-volunteer force. Curtis Gilroy for sponsoring this project, and for his invaluable guidance and direction throughout the process. During the early years of the volunteer force, some feared that the military would be unable to attract enough enlistees, and that the quality of volunteer recruits would be much lower than the quality of a conscripted force. Those fears were not realized. military recruits about 180,000 new enlistees to maintain an active duty enlisted force of approximately . 6 million men and women.

The All- Volunteer Force: Thirty Years of Service by Gilroy, Curtis . Warner, John . .by Gilroy (Nov 30, 0004). Production Designer, Person, Film art director, Film production designer, Film set decorator. Kristin Bicksler is a set decorator, production designer and film art director.

Throughout most of the twentieth century, American military personnel were drafted into service. A conscripted force served the nation in both world wars, Korea, and Vietnam. But in the late 1960s, the draft came under intense scrutiny and was viewed by the American public with growing dissatisfaction and a sense of inequity. The mounting unease over the draft prompted President Richard Nixon to establish a special commission—The President’s Commission on an All-Volunteer Armed Force, also known as the Gates Commission—to study the alternatives. After much debate within the Administration and Congress over the feasibility and affordability of a volunteer military, the draft was abolished, and on July 1, 1973, the All-Volunteer Force (AVF) was born. It was perhaps the most important transformation of the U.S. military in the past century. Editors Bicksler, Gilroy, and Warner have presented the proceedings of a high-level conference commemorating the thirtieth anniversary of the AVF. Their book begins with reflections from several of the Gates Commission members on the beginnings of the AVF and its many successes over the years. The balance of the volume is devoted to the challenges the Department of Defense will face in sustaining the AVF in the future in light of recent U.S. troop commitments around the globe. Topics addressed include future recruiting and retention, Reserve component contributions, and transformation in military manpower and personnel policy. The All-Volunteer Service is a vital resource for defense professionals, journalists, politicians, and all citizens concerned about future U.S. defense policy.
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