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1 April 2004 Dr. B.D. Maxfield Office of Army Demographics Then and Now Active-Duty Army

2 Dr. B.D. Maxfield, Office of Army Demographics EnlistedFY83FY93FY03 Non-Prior Service Accessions132,73170,38069,571 High School Diploma Graduate*87.6%94.5%89.5% Test Score Category I-IIIA**61.4%70.2%72.7% Females12.4%16.5%19.2% Males87.6%83.5%80.8% Army Enlisted Accessions Although the percentage of NPS Accessions with HSDG has returned to FY83 levels, those scoring in the top TSC I-IIIA levels on the AFQT have increased steadily since FY83. The percentage of female accessions has also steadily increased over the past 20 years. Source: Enlisted Accessions Division * Does not include GEDs or GED+ 1

3 Dr. B.D. Maxfield, Office of Army Demographics Active-Duty Army Source: DMDC 3035 EO Report FY83FY93FY03 Although the size of the Force has decreased since FY83 (approximately 35% decrease), the percentages of Officers, Warrants, and Enlisted have remained fairly stable for the past 20 years. 2

4 Dr. B.D. Maxfield, Office of Army Demographics FY83775,260 FY03493,563 FY93568,529 Active-Duty Army by Race/Ethnicity Source: DMDC 3035 EO Report WhiteBlackHispanicOther*Asian Since FY83, there has been a steady decline in the percentage of Blacks and Whites in the Active-Duty Army, and a steady increase in the percentage of Hispanics and Asians. 3 * Other includes unknown and Alaskan Native/American Indian

5 Dr. B.D. Maxfield, Office of Army Demographics BLACKS 1983 (219,271) 1993 (157,046) 2003 (118,650) TOTAL28.3%27.6%24.0% Officers9.0%11.1%12.2% Enlisted31.4%30.7%26.2% Warrants6.0%10.6%16.2% Blacks in the Army The percentages of Black Officers and Warrants in the Active-Duty Army have steadily increased since FY83; whereas, the percentage of Enlisted has significantly decreased since FY93. Source: DMDC 3035 EO Report TOTAL

6 Dr. B.D. Maxfield, Office of Army Demographics Hispanics 1983 (29,110) 1993 (26,668) 2003 (48,951) TOTAL3.8%4.7%9.9% Officers1.2%2.5%4.8% Enlisted4.2%5.1%10.9% Warrants1.4%3.0%5.5% Hispanics in the Army The percentage of Hispanics in the Active-Duty Army has increased for Officers, Warrants, and Enlisted over the past 20 years, with the greatest increase occurring for Enlisted personnel. Source: DMDC 3035 EO Report TOTAL

7 Dr. B.D. Maxfield, Office of Army Demographics Asians 1983 (9,701) 1993 (11,242) 2003 (17,397) TOTAL1.3%2.0%3.5% Officers0.9%2.1%4.2% Enlisted1.3%2.0%3.4% Warrants0.6%1.5%2.3% Asians in the Army There are still very few Asians serving in the Active-Duty Army; however, their percentages have steadily increased in all ranks over the past 20 years. Source: DMDC 3035 EO Report TOTAL

8 Dr. B.D. Maxfield, Office of Army Demographics Females 1983 (75,548) 1993 (70,797) 2003 (74,907) TOTAL9.8%12.5%15.2% Officers10.2%14.2%16.4% Enlisted9.9%12.4%15.2% Warrants1.3%3.8%7.1% Females in the Army The percentage of females in the Army has increased steadily since FY83. Source: DMDC 3035 EO Report TOTAL

9 Dr. B.D. Maxfield, Office of Army Demographics Active-Duty Army Married by Rank FY93 (Total Married = 335,480) FY03 (Total Married = 257,684) Grades#%#% Officers54,43273%45,70067% Enlisted269,87156%202,13449% Warrants11,17785%9,85083% Source: DMDC Note: Percentages are based on the number of Active-Duty married divided by the TOTAL number of Active-Duty in that specific grade. Over the past 10 years, the percentage of married Army personnel has decreased. TOTAL 59% 52% FY93FY03 8

10 Dr. B.D. Maxfield, Office of Army Demographics Active-Duty Army Families MarriagesFY93FY03 #%#% Joint Service Marriages33, %*26, %* Civilian Marriages301, %*230, %* SingleFY93FY03 #%#% Single200, %197, % Single with Child32,6675.8%38,0137.7% * Percentage based on Active-Duty married Source: DMDC The percentage of Army personnel who are single and single with children has increased over the past 10 years. Approximately 10% of all Active-Duty marriages are joint service marriages compared to 90% of Active-Duty personnel who are married to civilians. 9

11 Dr. B.D. Maxfield, Office of Army Demographics Dr. B. D. Maxfield Chief Office of Army Demographics Comm: (DSN 426) Fax: POC / Website 10


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