The US military is increasingly turning to professors at elite universities to teach its soldiers, but some military leaders are wary of taking on top students in the way that many universities are.
Ars Technic recently reported on a top-secret Pentagon document outlining plans to turn top US military schools into highly selective colleges.
The document outlines the school’s goal of offering students who have earned advanced degrees at the top of their fields a competitive advantage by providing them with a degree at the military’s highest level of education.
It also lays out a plan for making the military more “engaged” with its top students.
Ars has obtained a copy of the document.
In the document, a top US general describes the “competitive advantage” that such a program would offer in the military.
In particular, the document outlines plans to expand the number of military academies, or academies for students who complete a minimum of 50 credits of college-level courses, and to “double the number and size of the cadre of military instructors.”
In the process, the academy would become a “central and central hub” for the training of the entire armed forces.
A senior officer in the Pentagon’s Bureau of Strategic Studies, who requested anonymity, told Ars the plan was designed to “encourage military acaderies to engage more broadly in recruiting and retention of cadets and their instructors.”
The top-tier military academy currently in operation is the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York.
The academy is located on the same campus as the military acaderys of California, Florida, Georgia, Ohio, and Texas.
The top military academy has had some success recruiting high-level military officers, like Army general James Mattis, who is currently in charge of the US Central Command.
In addition, many military acadaries have had success in recruiting cadets from elite colleges, such as Princeton and the University of California at Berkeley.
The military’s overall number of cadet cadets is down by more than half since the 1980s.
While some elite schools are increasing their enrollment of caders in order to attract students with a higher aptitude and academic ability, others are focusing on recruiting students who will have fewer academic and aptitude requirements.
The goal of the plan is to make the military “more engaged,” said the officer.
The plan also proposes a set of new requirements that would require the military to recruit cadets with high academic abilities, a high aptitude, and “a high academic achievement in the areas of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and computer science.”
A top US Army official told Ars that the new requirements would be met by students who would have less than a 1 percent average score on standardized test-score-based entrance exams.
The US Army Academy has long been the top military university in the United State, and its graduates have been highly successful in combat zones and in other fields.
According to data from the Institute of International Education, the United Kingdom’s leading international school, the top four military academies in the world are: the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the United Republic of Tanzania (UNUT) and the United Nation’s International School of Peace (UNISP).
The United States, the largest military academy in the US, is one of the most selective.
The Pentagon plans to create a “competitive edge” for military academy students, the documents indicate.
This would mean that military schools would be able to offer the best cadets to the most students.
However, the Pentagon documents suggest that cadets at elite US military acadades would have to pass a number of other requirements before they would be eligible for a full scholarship at elite military academia.
Among the requirements the documents suggest would be that students have “an average GPA of 3.9” and be “at least 18 years old” and that they would have “good physical, mental, and social health” as well as “a good record of community service.”
The documents do not provide details about how much money would be offered to students who achieve these criteria.
The documents also state that the cadets would have access to “a large, digital library of information and resources on the topics of science and technology” and “information on the history of US military history and leadership.”
The military is also reportedly looking to expand its military acadamy program to include all US military students.
While the Pentagon does not publicly reveal any plans for the expansion of military academy recruitment to other countries, some of the documents include descriptions of the expansion.
One document, which appears to have been prepared in late 2015, described the new recruitment plan as “coming soon” and said that “the goal of this program is to recruit and retain cadets of all ranks and levels in the Armed Forces.”
The document does not specify whether students would have the option of taking military-style courses in addition to academic courses.
The new plan calls for “more selective recruitment of students who are better able to