Military Reserves Military reserves have become an integral part of the U.S. war on terrorism. Thousands of reservists have been sent overseas to support U.S. operations in Afghanistan and Iraq. And as some reserve units come home, others are being called up. Host Bob Edwards speaks with Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs Thomas Hall.
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Military reserves have become an integral part of the U.S. war on terrorism. Thousands of reservists have been sent overseas to support U.S. operations in Afghanistan and Iraq. And as some reserve units come home, others are being called up. Host Bob Edwards speaks with Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs Thomas Hall.