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WHO BEARS THE BURDEN? DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS OF U.S. MILITARY RECRUITS BEFORE AND AFTER 9/11
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Recruit and Civilian IncomeThis paper reports the results of summary research into the demographic composition of two groups of recruits: those who enlisted between October 1998 and September 1999 and those who enlisted between January 2003 and September 2003. These groups are referred to as the 1999 and 2003 recruit cohorts, respectively. Nationwide Census data for citizens ages 18?24 were used as a baseline for comparison. Comparisons of these three different groups highlight the differences not only between the general population and military volunteers, but also between recruits who volun­teered for the military before 9/11 and those who volunteered after 9/11. - More Information

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