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Assessing the feasibility of flexible (noncontinuous) parental leave
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Gender Differences in and Costs of Misbehavior Among DON Enlisted Personnel
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An Analysis of the Relationship Between the Navy’s Maternity Leave Policy and Reenlistment Rates
Evolution of Gender Integration in the DON
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DoD Function Codes
Personnel Cost Minimization Using A Stochastic Inventory Projection Model: A Prototype
Command Master Chief Al Holland assigned to the Navy’s Center for Personal and Professional Development, Millington, Tenn., conducts First Line Leadership training for first and second class petty officers at Naval Air Station Key West. The training, which was part of the air stations daylong Career Management Symposium, covered a variety of topics related to the fleets effort to develop 21st century leaders, including pay and compensation, force shaping and retirement.
The Single Salary System for Military Personnel: A Review of Existing Practices and Literature
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Population Representation in the Military Services-Fiscal Year 2018 Summary Report
The Relationship Between Colocation and Reenlistment in the Marine Corps
The Relationship Between Colocation and Reenlistment in the Marine Corps, Vol. 2
Gender Differences in Post-Bootcamp, Pre-Fleet Losses
The Relationship Between Colocation and Reenlistment in the Navy (Vol. 1)
The Relationship Between Colocation and Reenlistment in the Navy (Vol. 2)
Population Representation in the Military Services-Fiscal Year 2017 Summary Report
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Al-Qaeda Core: A Case Study
Officer candidates from Class 220 recite the Oath of Office during their commissioning ceremony on November 24, 2015, at the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Triangle, Virginia. These new second lieutenants now head to The Basic School
Reserve Officer Commissioning Program (ROCP) Officer and Reserve Personnel Readiness
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Navy Manpower Planning
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Retirement Choice 2016
Inspection of chain lift on a wing of an F/18 Hornet
An Analysis of Female Representation and Marines’ Performance in Aviation and Logistics Occupations
The Effect of Credentialing on Sailor Advancement, Retention, and Unemployment
U.S. Marine Corps PFC Cristina Fuentes Montenegro of Delta Company, Infantry Training Battalion (ITB), School of Infantry-East (SOI-E), kneels during an accountability drill after completing a 20-kilometer hike at Camp Geiger, North Carolina, Oct. 28, 2013. Delta Company is the first company at ITB with female students as part of a measured, deliberate, and responsible collection of data on the performance of female Marines when executing existing infantry tasks and training events. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl Anthony Quintanilla, Combat Camera, SOI-E/ Released)
Assessment of Changes in Marines’ Perspectives During the GCE ITF
Male and female marine during a limited technical inspection
Differences in Male and Female Predictors of Success in the Marine Corps
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The Quality-Volume Relationship: Comparing Civilian and MHS Practice
Captain Jessica M. Moore, an AH-1 Cobra pilot with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 167, is pictured with her aircraft in Al Asad, Iraq, 2005. Photo By: Cpl James D. Hame, USMC.
The Integration of Female Marine Pilots and Naval Flight Officers