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Reserves strained by war demands, lawmakers say

Members of the National Guard and Reserves—juggling their new missions in the fight against global terrorism and a possible war with Iraq with their traditional duties—could start bailing out unless relief is provided, according to a congressional delegation that recently traveled to Europe.

Guarded reservists

Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's ideas for moving some skills out of Reserve components and back into active-duty forces has raised some caution flags among reservists.

Washington-area agencies dig out, reopen

After two days of closures due to more than a foot of snow that fell over the weekend, the Office of Personnel Management announced Tuesday that federal agencies in the Washington area would reopen Wednesday.

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