National Guard, Reserve soldiers denied family outings
from USA Today
The Army has tightened restrictions on National Guard and Reserve soldiers preparing for war by keeping them largely confined to their bases and prohibiting leaves to visit families for up to four months, according to a new Army policy. The rules, combined with restrictions in place since 2009, prevent Guardsmen and Reservists mobilized for combat from leaving their training installations even to spend an evening out with relatives or friends.
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