The prior service accessions pool: who are they and how do we recruit them?
Fernandez, LeVerne Perry
Brandewie, Robert M.
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The purpose of this thesis is the explore the feasibility of using prior service personnel as a source for fulfilling manpower requirements in the military. This study focused on a male population between the ages of 19 and 35 who were either discharged from a service or reenlisted after broken service between 1 July 1975 and 30 September 1981. The size and quality of the available pool was established. The use of prior service accessions from 1975 to 1981 was analyzed. The study concludes with recommendations for research and changes in current prior service recruiting and utilization policies. Research to be conducted primarily in the area of skill degradation to investigate the validity of paygrade reductions based on the length of broken service. Policy changes would reflect the research findings, aggressively recruit prior service personnel and make the return to active duty an easier transition than it is today.
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