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Quality Comparison of draft-motivated Navy enlistees with all-volunteer force enlistees

by Bruce Kenneth Eckhardt

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California .
Written in English

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    Open LibraryOL25333748M


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Quality Comparison of Draft-Motivated Navy Enlistees with All-Volunteer Force Enlistees. Eckhardt, Bruce Kenneth A quality comparison of enlistees under the draft lottery system and enlistees under the all-volunteer force policy is made from data obtained in the Monterey Peninsula, California area of the Eighth Naval Recruiting District.

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As American involvement in Vietnam drew to a close, so did the draft era. The administration of President Richard M. Nixon abolished Selective Service in and the era of the AVF (All-Volunteer Force) began.

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