Refined Marine Corps contract supply model for high-quality male enlistments at the recruiting sub station level
Tomlinson, Edmund B.
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The objective of this research is to further develop and refine an existing model for forecasting the supply of high-quality male contracts at the Recruiting Sub Station level for the Marine Corps. Additional variables that were excluded in the previous model will be researched and incorporated to provide a more realistic scenario for the Marine Corps Recruiting Command. This follow on research is necessary because of the rising accession missions and increasing recruiter levels. It is our intent that this forecasting information will facilitate recruiting efforts as end strength increases over the course of the next two years.
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