February 17, 2023

Army Reserve Officers Are Bailing Out, This General Has a Plan

Source: Army Times

Journalist: Davis Winkie

“If someone doesn’t have time to complete [professional military education] or isn’t making time to complete [it], that’s telling you something about the role of the Reserve in their individual life when it comes to selecting for [battalion] command,” said Kate Kuzminski, who heads the military and veterans program at the Center for a New American Security think tank.

She likened the move to “quiet quitting,” a term coined in 2022 to describe workers across America reportedly doing the minimum to remain employed.

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Authors

  • Katherine L. Kuzminski

    Deputy Director of Studies, Director, Military, Veterans, and Society Program

    Katherine L. Kuzminski (formerly Kidder) is the Deputy Director of Studies, and the Director of the Military, Veterans, and Society (MVS) Program at CNAS. Her research special...