Technical Experts Are in the Reserves

Tredennick, Nick
June 2002
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Jun2002, Vol. 128 Issue 6, p78
Conference Proceeding
Reports that some of the United States Navy's technical reservists are among the foremost experts in their respective fields. Examination of what the technical reservists can offer; Benefit of devising ways to tap the flexible support the reservists could provide.


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