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NEWS | Nov. 3, 2014

Double Eagle - 11.03.2014

COVER STORY: As the U.S. Army Reserve takes an introspective look at possible military technician and civilian personnel reductions, leaders must also figure out how to balance the force while maintaining readiness. The front page graphic has multiple meanings to reflect the present and the future. The left side of the Double Eagle is still standing representing readiness, the right side signifies pending cuts, the shadow fading into the distance represents the uncertain future, while the lighted front and surface reflections represent the present. (Graphic illustration by Timothy L. Hale/U.S. Army Reserve)

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