Run for the -Hills, Boys

November 1950
Time;11/13/1950, Vol. 56 Issue 20, p25
The article reports on the chaotic way in which the U.S. Armed Forces has been calling reservists to active duty for the Korean War. The system was reportedly so disorderly that Defense Secretary George Marshall had begun to worry that the reserve program had been damaged beyond repair. Thousands of reservists were being called but no definite date was given when they will get out. Some were ordered back to civilian life after their lives had been disrupted.


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