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The Effective Use of Reserve Personnel in the U.S. Military: Lessons from the United Kingdom Reserve Model

Authored by Dr. Shima D. Keene.


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This monograph identifies areas where the U.S. Army and other services can potentially benefit from examining the United Kingdom's comparable program of reserve reform. Key areas where aspects of this reform have been entirely counterproductive are identified, as well as specific and expensive recent British mistakes which it is essential for the U.S. military to avoid.

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