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Despite concerns that the military might face a shortage of information technology (IT) personnel within the active duty enlisted force, the services have been successful in attracting and keeping IT personnel. IT training appears to play a critical role in attracting recruits. Even if future manning requirements change, the military should be able to adjust sufficiently to meet its IT personnel needs.

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