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It acts as an operational reserve and supports additional demands including witness protection, overtime and forensic fees.
We transitioned into an operational reserve by changing our organization and improving our processes.
Contract award: Emergency acquisition of operational reserves consisting of sets for equipping public institutions.
Cost of the Force In an era of budget reductions, the resourcing needed to maintain an operational reserve must be supported by cogent cost analyses.
The Reserve forces (now an operational reserve rather than a strategic reserve) have participated in the Gulf War, peacekeeping in Kosovo, and the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
The agency s operational reserve has provided $5 million for a further 75 flights carrying 15,000 third country nationals to sub-Saharan African destinations.
For, due to its misjudging the direction of the Turkish main effort, the command of the forces on Shipka had to send Russian operational reserve contingents to help in the defence of Hainboaz, another throat in the mountain.
This transition to an operational reserve has vastly increased requirements for individual involvement and time commitment from NCOs at the unit level, including-- * Additional individual training (such as Composite Risk Management [CRM] and the Army Accident Avoidance Course [AAAC]).