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Wars of Modern BabylonA History of the Iraqi Army from 1921 to 2003$
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Pesach Malovany

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780813169439

Published to Kentucky Scholarship Online: January 2018

DOI: 10.5810/kentucky/9780813169439.001.0001

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“The Whole Nation Is the Army”

“The Whole Nation Is the Army”

The Manpower System

(p.724) Chapter 45 “The Whole Nation Is the Army”
Wars of Modern Babylon

Pesach Malovany IDF (Ret.)

Amatzia Baram

Kevin M. Woods

Ronna Englesberg

University Press of Kentucky

This chapter deals with the manpower and administrative system in the Iraqi Armed Forces. It describes the Administration Division of the General Staff that was responsible for all manpower matters in the Armed Forces, its missions and responsibilities and its development, especially during the Iran-Iraq war. It describes the directorates that were involved in this field—the General Recruitment system, the Scientific and Technical Training of manpower, the Enlisted Men and the Officers systems, the officers organizations, the personal services system, the Military Archives and the General Affairs directorates. It describes also the Medical Services of the Armed Forces, their functioning and training system, the Military Police and women service in the Armed Forces.

Keywords:   The Administration Division, General Recruitment, Scientific and Technical Training, Enlisted Men service, Officers service and Officers organizations, Personal Services, Military Archives, Medical Services, Military Police, Women in the army

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