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What is the difference between "Full" and "Partial" mobilization?  
Congress must declare that a state of national emergency exists to call up all forces, including Army Reserve and Army National Guard units, Individual Ready Reserve, Standby Reserve and members of the Retired Reserve, and the resources required for their support. The duration is the length of the emergency plus six months. This is referred to as "Full Mobilization." With a "Partial Mobilization," the President has the authority to mobilize no more than 1,000,000 reservists (units and individuals from all services), for 24 months or less, and the resources needed for their support to meet the requirements of war or other national emergency involving an external threat to national security.
Keywords: Mobilization, deployment, Active

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Family Program Coordinator US Army National Guard
FEDweek 2002 Military Reservist Handbook Publication
U.S. Army Reserve Family Program Director

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