An Operational Force

Nolan, John
April 2008
Soldiers;Apr2008, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p6
The article details the duties of the U.S. Army Reserve soldiers. According to Lieutenant General Jack C. Stulz, chief of the Army Reserve, the revised responsibilities of Reserve Soldiers include operational processes. The duties of Army Reserve units are enumerated, such as aviation, engineering and logistics.


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