RE-ORGANISING THE ACTIVE CITIZEN FORCE

H.R. Heitman

Abstract


Increasing numbers of Citizen Force personnel are completing their period of service and being discharged into the limbo of a general reserve. This seems a sad waste of trained personnel. A possible system whereby more efficient utilisation of such personnel could be achieved is outlined below:

Keywords


Citizen Force personnel; military service; Ten years in a regimental replacement unit

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5787/9-1-752

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