General's dilemma: Training US reserves once wars end
from Alert Net
Ten years of war in Iraq and Afghanistan have given the United States the best-trained military reserve in its history. The challenge for Lieutenant General Jack Stultz, the Army Reserve chief, is how to keep it that way. With U.S. forces scheduled to leave Iraq at the end of the year and drawing down in Afghanistan, Stultz worries the force could go back to being a cadre of week-end warriors who train a couple days each month and two weeks in the summer.
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