National Guard (In Federal Status) And Reserve Activated as of June 28, 2011

This week the Army and Navy announced a decrease in acti­vat­ed reservists, while the Marine Corps and Air Force announced an increase. The Coast Guard announced no change. The net col­lec­tive result is 261 few­er reservists acti­vat­ed than last week.

At any giv­en time, ser­vices may acti­vate some units and indi­vid­u­als while deac­ti­vat­ing oth­ers, mak­ing it pos­si­ble for these fig­ures to either increase or decrease. The total num­ber cur­rent­ly on active duty from the Army Nation­al Guard and Army Reserve is 72,050; Navy Reserve, 5,012; Air Nation­al Guard and Air Force Reserve, 10,257; Marine Corps Reserve, 6,229, and the Coast Guard Reserve, 785. This brings the total Nation­al Guard and Reserve per­son­nel who have been acti­vat­ed to 94,333, includ­ing both units and indi­vid­ual aug­mentees.

A cumu­la­tive ros­ter of all Nation­al Guard and Reserve per­son­nel who are cur­rent­ly acti­vat­ed may be found online at http://www.defense.gov/news/d20110628ngr.pdf.

Source:
U.S. Depart­ment of Defense
Office of the Assis­tant Sec­re­tary of Defense (Pub­lic Affairs)

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