CNAS launched its new report on continuing challenges facing the National Guard and Reserves at an event featuring CNAS President Dr. John Nagl, former Chairman of the Commission on National Guard and Reserves Arnold Punaro, and several outside defense experts.
The CNAS report examines the recommendations of the 2008 report from the Commission on the National Guard and Reserves (CNGR).
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