MODULE5 MGT 509 SLP 13 Mar 08

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Robert Felder; [email protected] HRM and Organizational Effectiveness MGT 509 Dr. Fitzgerald; [email protected] Dr. Stephens; [email protected] Session Long Project Module 5 13 March, 2008 1
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The United States Military consists of five active duty branches and seven reserve components. The active duty branches include the Army, the Navy, the Air Force, the Marine Corps, and the Coast Guard. The Army Reserves, Army National Guard, Air Force Reserves, Air National Guard, Navy Reserves, Marine Corps Reserves, and Coast Guard Reserves make up the reserve component branches. In my case that organization I am privileged to be a part of is our United States Army which comprise of over 1.4 million Soldiers and at least 1 million civilians employees that make a difference in every country in our world today. With that being said, the recruitment process for our army has been challenge and criticized, but I want you to ask yourself this as I do every morning of my life the past 24 ½ years I have served. Why don’t all the citizens of the United States serve in our army, instead of the less then 1% of the population that have excepted the challenge to put something bigger then themselves first. The Department of Defense has announced its recruiting statistics by the active and reserve components for the
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2012 for the course MGT 509 taught by Professor Management during the Winter '10 term at Trident Technical College.

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