ADSW assignments available

April 2002
Army Reserve Magazine;Spring2002, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p18
Provides information on how U.S. Army Reservists who are looking for a way to serve on active duty on a short term basis can apply for the Active Duty for Special Work assignments. Number of openings available for enlisted personnel; Positions available; Contact information.


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