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Mr. Addison "Tad" Davis, Chief Executive Officer, U.S. Army Reserve addresses the potential furlough of civilian employees and its impact. Available in high definition.

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Date Taken:02.28.2013

Date Posted:02.28.2013 4:05PM


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