Soldier Preferences and Retention Effects of Changes in Army Reserve Training Requirements: An Exploration of Revealed and Stated Behavior [book]

The purpose of this project was to examine the effects of individual and collective training requirements across the readiness cycle on retention of U.S. Army Reserve (USAR) soldiers, including indirect effects on family members and employers, and to identify mitigating steps that the Army Reserve could take to improve retention while maintaining an operational reserve. This research was conducted within RAND Arroyo Center's Personnel, Training, and Health Program. RAND Arroyo Center, part of
more » ... e RAND Corporation, is a federally funded research and development center (FFRDC) sponsored by the United States Army. RAND operates under a "Federal-Wide Assurance" (FWA00003425) and complies with the Code of Federal Regulations for the Protection of Human Subjects Under United States Law (45 CFR 46), also known as "the Common Rule," as well as with the implementation guidance set forth in Department of Defense (DoD) Instruction 3216.02. As applicable, this compliance includes reviews and approvals by RAND's Institutional Review Board (the Human Subjects Protection Committee) and by the U.S. Army. The views of sources utilized in this study are solely their own and do not represent the official policy or position of DoD or the U.S. government.
doi:10.7249/rr-a750-1 fatcat:b34qdf3c7vhktnyz3jk5hew4fq