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Navy Reserve Ready Mobilization Pool disestablished

Navy Reserve Forces Command Public Affairs

Beginning Jan. 1, 2014, the Reserve Ready Mobilization Pool will no longer be used to involuntarily recall Reserve Sailors.

The RMP is being eliminated due to the drawdown in Iraq and Afghanistan and the extremely high mobilization volunteer rate throughout the Navy Reserve Force.

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