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The United States Naval Reserve has always been a pool of talent supporting the active force; now, in an era of Great Power Competition, it must innovate its manning policies if it wants to stay that way.
BY DAVEDE ALEXANDER and JUSTIN OSSOLA America has been made very aware of the difficult, polarizing dynamics that can exist when the social experience of leadership and authority skews so drastically from those being served. Tinderbox situations between communities and law enforcement – such as that in Ferguson and, to a lesser extent, the current […]
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