Paid Duty Days for Army Guardsmen and Reservists: A Comparison of Fiscal Year 2000 With Fiscal Years 2010 to 2013
RAND Corporation Santa Monica United States
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By law, reservists and guardsmen are generally required to train 38 or 39 days per year, respectively, although soldiers who are in initial entry training or on extended periods of active duty serve more. Some have suggested that, in recent years, few guardsmen and reservists have served only 39 days per year.
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