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Ten out of eleven Sailors in the Navy during World War II were Naval Reservists. They made possible the rapid expansion of our naval service into the largest the world has ever known — some three and a third million. They had to learn their job the hard way, with a maximum amount of training in a minimum period of time. Today the Naval Reserve, profiting by its wartime experiences, is even better prepared to help this Nation protect the peace.
John L. Sullivan, Secretary of the Navy, 1947-1949
Today’s Navy Reserve is an essential element of America’s Navy. Each day Navy Reserve Sailors provide global operational support to fleet and combatant commanders using skill sets they hone through both military and civilian training. It is this breadth and depth of experience, unique to the Citizen Sailor that enhances operational readiness, provides strategic depth, and strengthens the fabric of our force.
Vice Admiral Robin R. Braun, Chief of the Navy Reserve, 2012-

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