Returning Soldiers Find Trouble on the Job Some National Guard members and Reservists run into trouble with their employers when they leave to perform their military service. Some are denied their jobs when they return. NPR's Libby Lewis reports that it's then the job of the Pentagon's ombudsman to intercede.
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Returning Soldiers Find Trouble on the Job

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Returning Soldiers Find Trouble on the Job

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Returning Soldiers Find Trouble on the Job

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Some National Guard members and Reservists run into trouble with their employers when they leave to perform their military service. Some are denied their jobs when they return. NPR's Libby Lewis reports that it's then the job of the Pentagon's ombudsman to intercede.