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Reserve takes aim at retention

Soldiers' expectations must change, chief says

By Robert Schlesinger
Globe Staff / January 21, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- Extended deployments and engagements such as the Iraq mission will be the norm for members of the Army Reserve, who should expect to be on active duty for nine to 12 months every four to five years, the chief of the reserves said yesterday. (Full Article: 666 Words)

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