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Rear Admiral Barbara McGann's comments on recruiting in April's Proceedings are on the mark in her assessment of the problem, her pride in Navy recruiters, and in her recognition that recruiters can't do the job alone.
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Major General Caulfield served for 34 years as an infantry officer. In retirement he has served as CEO, president, and executive director of several entities engaged in assisting veterans gain meaningful employment, and is a leading expert on the subject.
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