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The military pension promise : autonomous policy subsystems, blue ribbon defense commissions, and the twenty-first century all-volunteer force
who guided this project from start to finish. This dissertation has its roots in seminar papers at the LBJ School of Public Affairs. Ed Dorn, a former Undersecretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, encouraged my interests in twenty-first century talent management. Similarly, Jeremi Surian intellectual force of naturesupported my developing research agenda and first suggested that I examine postwar pension policies to illustrate their development over time, eventually leading to my threedoi:10.15781/t2w01h fatcat:32mlr4hymbfoda5hoo73kyeice