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December 5, 2003

Reservists Refusing Iraq Deployment


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Some members of the U.S. National Guard and Reserves are refusing to go overseas, despite the Pentagon's plan to deploy even more of their ranks in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Army Reserve tries to give soldiers at least five years between overseas postings; some are being asked to leave home much more frequently. Hear NPR's Brian Mann.

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