From Representation to Inclusion: Diversity Leadership for the 21st-Century Military (Final Report)
United States. Military Leadership Diversity Commission
"This report presents the findings and recommendations of the Military Leadership Diversity Commission (MLDC). Under the provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2009, Section 596, and Public Law 110-417, Congress asked the Commission to 'conduct a comprehensive evaluation and assessment of policies that provide opportunities for the promotion and advancement of minority members of the Armed Forces, including minority members who are senior officers.' Congress charged the Commission to carry out 16 interrelated tasks. The nonpartisan, deliberative of military and civilian leaders researched, reflected on, and recommended improvements to diversity-related policies supportive of the missions and goals of the Department of Defense (DoD)."
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    United States. Military Leadership Diversity Commission
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    Military Leadership Diversity Commission: mldc.whs.mil/
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