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The analysis of Soviet military manpower

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Authors
Gurdeniz, Cem
Subjects
USSR
Soviet Union
Military manpower
Demographic structure of USSR
Morale
Readiness
Human factor and military
Conscription in USSR
Officer corps
Performance appraisal in Soviet military
Training and education
Mobilization
Advisors
Daniel, D.C.
Date of Issue
1984-12
Date
December 1984
Publisher
Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School
Language
en_US
Abstract
The effectiveness of any military force can be determined by the capabilities and reliability of its individual members. This has always been the primary concern for military strategists and decision makers. Prediction of human performance is still a problem for the administrative science area as well as military manpower area. Having such a big armed force, the Soviet Union confronts manpower problems which can affect overall military effectiveness. This thesis investigates the qualitative and quantitative problems of Soviet military manpower. It looks at Soviet demography, manpower availability, ethnic issues, training and education. It also attempts to appraise the performance of the Soviet soldier.
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Administrative Sciences
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Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
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