Free time in the armed forces: a study of the armed forces' special services and recreation programs
U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1951 - Biography & Autobiography - 79 pages
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adequate free-time program Adjutant General School administrative agencies Air Force Air Force Base appropriated funds Armed Forces Army and Air assigned athletic program barracks basic believe career field central charge civilian community civilian personnel combat commanding officers coordination enlisted entertainment essential established fiscal free-time activities free-time facilities free-time leaders free-time opportunities functions headquarters indispensable information and education intra-post leadership librarians Marine Corps maximum military personnel military service minimum morale motion pictures Naval Personnel Navy necessary needs nonappropriated funds operation organization phase planning post exchange profits provision of free-time recommendations Recreation Fund recreation officers recreational program reserve responsibility Secretary of Defense servicemen services and recreation special services activities Special Services Branch Special Services Division special services duties special services officers special services program special services school staff stations theaters three services tion U. S. Marine Corps unit welfare and recreation welfare fund