Special Report:Army National Guard andU.S. Army Reserve
The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said, "All we have to do is bring up medical care, it explodes." Speaking to the National Guard’s Family Program Workshop in New Orleans Aug. 2, Adm. Michael Mullen was referring to meetings he and his wife Deborah have had with National Guard and reserve component service members since he took office.
Maj. Gen. Raymond Carpenter, a veteran of the Vietnam War, said, "We have to figure it out. We, as a group, have to reach out to that soldier [and let him or her] know that there are a lot of alternatives out there."
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