Test Consumers in the Military Use of the Military Career Exploration Programs in Schools
Laurence, Janice H.
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The military is not just a job it's hundreds of jobs, with plenty of positions to boot. In terms of providing education, training, and employment, the military is unparalleled. The army, navy, marine corps,and air force enlist about 200,000 new recruits and commission more than 16,000 officers annually for active duty. These newcomers top off an incumbent strength of almost 1.4 million active members.Although most of the almost 900,000 selected reservists have had active duty experience, well more than 50,000 come in fresh from civilian life (Department of Defense, 2000).
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