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Topic - Matthew Leas
The troop reductions will occur through attrition by not replacing soldiers who retire, slowing recruitment efforts and releasing reservists who do not meet fitness and attendance standards, Mr. Leas said.
However, the force will likely lose 5,000 to 6,000 soldiers next year in order to absorb active-duty troops expected to leave the Army as it downsizes, Reserve spokesman Matthew Leas said.