Indefinite Reenlistment and Noncommissioned Officers

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In 1998, the U.S. Army became the only service to shift its senior enlistment force from a fixed enlistment contract system to indefinite reenlistment, which eliminated the reenlistment requirement in the latter half of a noncommissioned officer's career and placed them on the same indefinite service contract as officers. This study considers the utility of this program and potential applicability to the other service branches.

Indefinite Reenlistment and Noncommissioned Officers 2007, RAND Corporation

ISBN-13: 9780833040435

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