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Corps and division command staff turnover in the 1980"s

James P. Kahan

Corps and division command staff turnover in the 1980"s

by James P. Kahan

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Published by Rand Corp in Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Army -- Personnel management.,
  • Command of troops.,
  • Unit cohesion (Military science)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJames P. Kahan ; prepared for the United States Army.
    SeriesRand Note
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17947078M

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Corps and division command staff turnover in the 1980"s by James P. Kahan Download PDF EPUB FB2

This Note presents the results of a survey of all active component U.S. Army corps and division headquarters requesting the names and times of service of their commanders, deputy commanders, chiefs of staff, and assistant chiefs of staff during the s.

It examines command staff turnover with respect to two contrasting models of team composition. Corps and Division Command Staff Turnover in the s Author: James P. Kahan Subject: Presents the results of a survey of all active component U.S. Army corps and division headquarters requesting the names and times of service of their commanders, deputy commanders, chiefs of staff, and assistant chiefs of staff during the s.

Created Date. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kahan, James P. Corps and division command staff turnover in the 's. Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corp, [].

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