University Armed Service Units play an important role in civil–military relations that should not be confined to recruitment
The value of the university armed service units to the UK armed forces is not often subject to scrutiny. Drawing on a research study of the units and their importance to a number of different constituencies, Rachel Woodward, K Neil Jenkings and Alison J Williams assess both the tangible and intangible benefits to the military’s relationship with civil society.
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