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America's Part-Time Army Goes to 'War'
The U. S. National Guard, 214,195 Strong, Has Joined the Regulars and Reserves for Country's Greatest Peacetime Military Maneuvers in the Past 25 Years
The Hartford Courant (1923-1991) - Hartford, Conn.
Author: Bottcher, Walter R
Date: Aug 4, 1940
Start Page: SM1
Pages: 2
Section: Sunday Magazine
Abstract (Document Summary)

Washington--(AP.) -- America's greatest peacetime military maneuvers in a quarter of a century finds an estimated 94.06 per cent of the National Guard have dropped civilian jobs to drill for war through the August heat with the Regular Army.

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