History and Culture: Some Thoughts on the United States All-Volunteer Force


MOOS, Felix, Professor. "History and Culture: Some Thoughts on the United States All-Volunteer Force." An article in Naval War College Review, Volume XXVI, Number 1/Sequence Number 244 July-August 1973, pp. 16-27. Newport, R.I.: Naval War College Review, 1973. Pp 91. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated card covers. Also: "A Description of the Naval War College Management Study" by Dr. Warren F. Rogers; "The Military Profession" by Brigadier General Robert G. Gard, Jr., U.S. Army; "The Question of National Interest in ImperialGerman Foreign Policy: Bismarck, William II, and the Road to World War I" by Professor Norman Rich; "The Best and the Brightest: A Critique" by Captain Wesley K. Clark, U.S. Army; "Problems in Recruiting Blacks for the Service Academies: A Perspective" by Lieutenant Commander Robert G. Bates, U.S. Coast Guard; "A Critique of the Proposed Military Retirement System" by Commander Maria S. Higgins, U.S. Navy; "A Computer Assisted Officer AssignmentSystem" by Lieutenant Commander Joseph J. Andrilla, U.S. Navy; and others. Inkstamp to rear, ow vg. For the issue. 9.00

Title: History and Culture: Some Thoughts on the United States All-Volunteer Force

Author Name: MOOS, Felix Naval War College Review Volume XXVI, Number 1/Sequence Number 244 July-AugRICKETTS, Claude V. BATES, Robert

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