More Reserves Called to Iraq The U.S. military is tapping National Guard reservists to round out its forces in Iraq. The decision was announced last night -- just days after military planners announced they would begin rotating troops out of Iraq for two-week vacations. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports.
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More Reservists Called to Aid Iraq Effort

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More Reservists Called to Aid Iraq Effort

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More Reservists Called to Aid Iraq Effort

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The U.S. military is tapping National Guard reservists to round out its forces in Iraq. The decision was announced last night — just days after military planners announced they would begin rotating troops out of Iraq for two-week vacations. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports.