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Study explores the idea of allowing some military reservists to be non-deployable

A new study suggests that the military reserve commands could allow some highly skilled techie troops to work from home, and not have to deploy. (Staff Sgt. Tracy J. Smith/Army) The military’s reserve component has a chronic under-manning problem. A new report from RAND Corp. suggests some ways to fix that, including some ideas that would rock the traditional structure of military service, even for part-timers. What if some reservists could be non-deployable ? What if some could work from home, on their computers? […]

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