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Over the past 25 years, the UK’s part-time military force has gone through five major revisions – not just changes in size and structure, but significant re-orientations of strategic purpose. Jeremy Mooney and John Crackett revisit the fundamental transformations that it has undergone since the closing years of the Cold War and look at the factors that have reshaped it.
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