Army Reserve Chief: Have Reservists do homeland missions
from American Forces Press Service
The Army Reserve's top officer made the case for legislative changes that would allow his troops to respond to homeland disasters or attacks when federal military capabilities are needed. Army Reserve Chief Lt. Gen. Jack C. Stultz made clear during a roundtable discussion at the Heritage Foundation that he has no interest in undermining state governors' authority or stepping on the toes of the National Guard that currently provides homeland support under their state governors' orders.
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