Pentagon reserves call-up reaches 15,600
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The Pentagon called to active duty Wednesday 701 more members of the Naval and Air Force reserves as part of the mobilization of 35,000 authorized by President Bush.
The Pentagon said majority of the latest group of reservists are predominantly law enforcement and security personnel. Other job categories include medical, supply and intelligence.
This brings the total National Guard and Reserve members called to active duty to more than 15,600, according to the Pentagon.
-- Inshore Boat Unit 17, San Diego, California, 28
-- Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 5, Fort Worth, Texas, 28
-- Naval Mobile Construction, Battalion 133, Portland, Maine, 55
-- Inshore Boat Unit 11, Everett, Washington, 24
-- Security and law enforcement augmentees, various locations, 500
Air Force Reserve
-- 919 Special Operations Wing Security Forces, Niceville, Florida, 66
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