Federal Manager's Daily Report

Some mobilized agency personnel may be reporting back to

the civil service. The Department of Defense has announced


that the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps have each

reported a decrease in reservists on active duty supporting

the partial mobilization, resulting in a total decrease of

2,075 reservists than the prior week.

The total number of reservists is in constant flux due to

the simultaneous mobilization of some and demobilization of

others, and that the new figures as of December 31, 2003,

pegs the total number currently on active duty in the Army

National Guard and Army Reserve at 154,194; Naval Reserve

1,519; Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve, 19,031;

Marine Corps Reserve, 9,709, and the Coast Guard Reserve,

1,171, bringing the total National Guard and Reserve on

active duty 164,244; Air National Guard and Air Force

Reserve, 20,112; Marine Corps Reserve, 6,742; and the Coast

Guard Reserve, 1,179. Total: 183,746, including both units

and individual augmentees, said DoD.

Figures for National Guard and Reserve currently on active

duty can be found at