Enlisted notes

July 1993
Military Intelligence;Jul-Sep93, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p45
Highlights developments about the US Army's training for enlisted personnel as of July 1993. Offer of college classes on maintenance management; Monitor on promotions of soldiers; Merger of a transition course.


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