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Unique Challenges Faced by the National Guard and Reserve 

Unique Challenges Faced by the National Guard and Reserve
Unique Challenges Faced by the National Guard and Reserve

Michael Crabtree

, Elizabeth A. Bennett

, and Mary E. Schaffer

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date: 28 January 2021

Since September 11, 2001, National Guard and Reserve troops have been deployed in record numbers. Compared with their Active Duty counterparts, they and their families have unique characteristics and circumstances related to their dual identities as citizens and as warriors. These distinctive qualities and obstacles to treatment are outlined, and recommendations are provided.

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