The prior service Navy veteran : an unexplored source of manpower for the decade of the 1980's.
Hawkins, Robert Baran
Elster, Richard A.
Arima, James K.
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This thesis studied the results attained by the six Navy Recruiting Areas in the recruitment of prior-service Navy veterans (NAVETS) for the years FY 1975- FY 1978. Data analyzed included age, marital status, level of education, entry paygrade, race and broad occupational category. Comparisons of total numbers of NAVETS recruited with total numbers of other service veterans (OSVETS) recruited were also made. Policy implications and recommendations for the recruitment of prior service Navy veterans are presented.
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