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Oritse (pronounced Or-ree-sha) joined the United States Army just months prior to 9/11. He has served more than six years as a Military Intelligence officer on multiple overseas tours. Taking the Boy Scouts to War is the tale of his recall to active duty and deployment to Afghanistan as a result of the often used, but infrequently mentioned, Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) Oritse (pronounced Or-ree-sha) joined the United States Army just months prior to 9/11. He has served more than six years as a Military Intelligence officer on multiple overseas tours. Taking the Boy Scouts to War is the tale of his recall to active duty and deployment to Afghanistan as a result of the often used, but infrequently mentioned, Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) program. The IRR program has been used to pull numerous former service members out of their civilian lives, ordering them to return to duty and fight in Afghanistan and Iraq. This is one soldier's story.


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Oritse (pronounced Or-ree-sha) joined the United States Army just months prior to 9/11. He has served more than six years as a Military Intelligence officer on multiple overseas tours. Taking the Boy Scouts to War is the tale of his recall to active duty and deployment to Afghanistan as a result of the often used, but infrequently mentioned, Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) Oritse (pronounced Or-ree-sha) joined the United States Army just months prior to 9/11. He has served more than six years as a Military Intelligence officer on multiple overseas tours. Taking the Boy Scouts to War is the tale of his recall to active duty and deployment to Afghanistan as a result of the often used, but infrequently mentioned, Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) program. The IRR program has been used to pull numerous former service members out of their civilian lives, ordering them to return to duty and fight in Afghanistan and Iraq. This is one soldier's story.

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