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Quality of Soldiers: Costs of Manning the Active Army
Joel Slackman (au); Rudolph G. Penner (pf)
Looks at the costs and benefits to the Army of varying levels of recruit quality in 1986, which had advanced considerably. In FY 1985, 90% held high school diplomas, up 40% points from the low point of 1980. Scores on aptitude tests showed comparable improvement. But concern has arisen over the Army’s ability to sustain such success -- let alone recruit even higher quality in coming years -- at an acceptable cost. Contents: (1) Intro. and Background: The Recruiting System; What Is Quality?; (2) Prospects for Recruiting; (3) The Costs of High Quality: The Army’s Program; (4) The Relationship of Quality to Performance; (5) Alternatives to the Army’s Program. Appendixes: Calculating Productivity and Cost; Occupational Descriptions; Projections.
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