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Storyboard 57—A change agent in military recruiting

SB57 judge with gavel  44597416Potentially, as should be obvious in studying this website, the approach of the GMnavy.go model has the capacity to transform military recruiting.

What should be equally clear, in the case of the GMnavy.go model, is that the initial attraction of not-yet-likely military recruits will be "The Model" itself, not the military. However, within the comfort of The Model will reside compelling military-Ktops, not just at Prime-Time but at perhaps 20,000-or-so Uni-Sites. Further, outside The Model's setting, marketing campaigns by the military's admen may see synergistic GMnavy.go tie-in potential.

● Per "Should the Draft be Reinstated," in Time magazine, "The most obvious reason to maintain the [all-volunteer force rather than reinstate the draft] is practical: it's the best way to raise the world's finest military." Alas, the writer parrots a common sound bite, whether having given the words much thought or not. What is absolutely true, however, and perhaps what he was trying to say, is that the men and women of our military deserve our utmost appreciation, gratitude and support.

● Clearly, a technologic military will benefit nonlinearly as military scores and related metrics climb, hence the MRM discussion in Storyboard 56.

● Only conscription has the potential to approach the GMnavy.go model in higher decile ASVAB metrics critical to the more rigorous military service schools, and only then if the conscription process is not too diluted by the lottery, widespread exemptions, draft evasion and legal challenges . A further failing of lottery-assisted conscription is that to match the competitive metrics of military recruits generated by the GMnavy.go model would necessitate drafting massively more personnel than needed, a path to needless and massive national debt.


Simply put, key to recruiting a high-metrics all-volunteer force depends on first having the interest of the full socioeconomic spectrum, an audience that therefore includes students technically and vocationally inclined, and high-decile candidates gifted in the STEM subjects.