ARMY: Officers' Relief

Having announced that 200,000 emergency enlisted soldiers will be released from the Army before Christmas, the War Department this week set out its schedule for returning reserve officers to civilian life. Of its reservists assigned to corps area service commands, War Department "overhead installations" (i.e., staff duty, public relations, etc.), at least 25% will be released on their own application after twelve months' service. In regiments, separate battalions, etc., 50% will be released.

Exceptions are Air Forces officers, and non-flying officers (Infantry, Field Artillery, etc.) attached to Air Forces outfits for staff...

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