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U.S. Service Academies' Change To Postgrad Service Requirement Could Help Recruiting

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 19 / 17

Last spring when student-athletes at U.S. service academies learned they were no longer bound to a minimum "two-year postgrad active duty requirement," it created the chance for a policy shift that "could enhance service academy recruitment and the military's brand in general," according to Andrew L...

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