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Military Families Against Endless War Issue No. 70 includes articles including:
Burn Pits Raise Health Concerns, download a copy here.
Also: Extended War Tours Likely To Continue -- Army Plans To Rely On Policy Through 2009 USA Today, Oct. 27, 2008, Pg. 1
The Army's use of involuntary extensions of combat duty will likely continue through 2009 despite pledges earlier this year by top military officials to reduce reliance on the policy known as stop loss. In September, 12,204 soldiers were affected by stop loss, which forces them to remain in the Army after their service commitment has expired. The same number likely will be affected each month through 2009, Army Lt. Col. Mike Moose said last week. Stop loss strains troops and their families, Defense Secretary Robert Gates and Adm. Michael Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, acknowledged in May. But Gates and the Army say the policy is needed to maintain the cohesion of units heading to battle.
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MFSO Essex County, NJ Chapter
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