Military Reserves

Members of a country's military reserves pursue full-time civilian careers and are not on active duty, though they may be called upon at times of emergency. RAND provides military and political decisionmakers with objective research and recommendations on how to attract, train, and maintain an effective military reserve force.

  • Journal Article

    Journal Article

    The Selected Reserve Health Care Professionals Bonus Test

    The last section of the chapter is devoted to the practical matter of using the numerical outcomes of the test to determine approximate future bonus levels on the basis of the recruiting environment and the severity of need for the health care specialties sought for the SELRES.

    Aug 1, 1993

  • Report

    Report

    Reassessing Enlisted Reserve Attrition: A Total Force Perspective

    Examines the attrition behavior of nonprior service enlisted reservists who enlisted in the Selected Reserve during FY92-FY88.

    Dec 31, 1992

  • Report

    Report

    Accession and Attrition of Prior-Service Reservists

    This Note documents a briefing about research on prior-service reservists that was designed to complement previous research about the behavior of non-prior-service reservists.

    Dec 31, 1988

  • Report

    Report

    NATO Conventional Defense: Force Augmentation with European Reservists

    One, the reserve option, would create additional NATO forces from the pool of unused or underused European reservists. To assess the feasibility of the reserve option, this study examines one technical and two policy issues:...

    Dec 31, 1988

  • Report

    Report

    Civilian Income of Military Reservists: Data from the 1986 Reserve Components Surveys

    Documents the definition and creation of civilian income and income-related variables created from the 1986 Reserve Components Survey database designed and conducted by the Defense Manpower Data Center.

    Dec 31, 1987

  • Research Brief

    Research Brief

    Attrition of Non-Prior-Service Personnel from the Army Selected Reserve

    This research brief summarizes analysis contained in the RAND Corporation report, "Attrition of Nonprior-Service Reservists in the Army National Guard and Army Reserve" (R-3267-RA)

    Dec 31, 1985

  • Report

    Report

    Attrition During Training in the Army Reserve and Army National Guard

    This Note describes the analysis of attrition behavior of Army Reservists and National Guardsmen during the period of initial training. During FY 1977 and FY 1978, over 100,000 nonprior-service individuals entered the reserves for training.

    Dec 31, 1983

  • Report

    Report

    The Supply of Enlistees to the Selected Reserve Forces

    Uses a simple theory of secondary labor-force participation to analyze the reserve enlistment decision.

    Dec 31, 1980

  • Content

    Content

    Stephen Dalzell

    Senior Political Scientist
    Education Ph.D. in political science, University of California Santa Barbara; M.A. in national security studies, California State University San Bernardino; B.A. in international management, Claremont McKenna College

  • Content

    Content

    Christopher M. Schnaubelt

    Senior Political Scientist
    Education Ph.D. in political science, University of California Santa Barbara; M.S.S. in strategic studies, U.S. Army War College

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    Content

    Kimberly Jackson

    International/Defense Researcher
    Education M.P.P., University of California, Berkeley; M.P.H., University of California, Berkeley; B.A. in journalism, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

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    Content

    Ellen M. Pint

    Senior Economist
    Education Ph.D. in economic analysis and policy, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University

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    Content

    Laura Werber

    Senior Management Scientist; Professor, Pardee RAND Graduate School
    Education Ph.D. in organizational behavior, Stanford University; B.S. in economics, Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania

  • Content

    Content

    John D. Winkler

    Director, Forces and Resources Policy Center; Senior Behavioral Scientist
    Education Ph.D. in social psychology, Harvard University; B.A. in psychology, University of Pennsylvania

  • Content

    Content

    Michael J. Neumann

    Director of Operations, RAND Project AIR FORCE
    Education M.A. in national security studies, Georgetown University; B.S. in journalism, Northwestern University