Betacourt, Alberto
December 2002
Soldiers;Dec2002, Vol. 57 Issue 12, p10
Reports issues related to the war of the U.S. against terrorism. Decrease in the number of reserve-component soldiers on active duty; Number of finalists for the Pentagon Memorial competition; Budget appropriated for the Department of Defense to prepare for possible war with Iraq.


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