Reservists to be called up in largest mobilization since WW2

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Today at Whitehall buildings the foreign secretary Boris Johnson announced the Army will be deployed to Syria amid high tensions with Russia. "Given the situation where civilians are being murdered in their dozens, every day, we simply cannot allow it to continue" he added 'with Russia or without we are going to topple the Assad regime"
In line with the defence review 2020 the Army has placed more emphasis on the reserves with each soldier counted as deployable for operations, this will be a test of how it works which will see 12000 of the 18000 reserves available 'called up' for the intervention.
The NATO secretary general Sven Olson said collective power from the alliance will be forwarded mounted in US military bases in the middle East and the Arabian peninsula starting immediately with action to commence in April.
This comes with increasing tension in the region with potentially major consequences for middle Eastern and global stability. Yesterday the remaining Iranian and Russian officials where expelled from all embassies in the US, UK and France.
The regular components of UK forces have started preparations and the air bridge has went into full swing, with soldiers already arrived. The next week will see the mobilization process started for the 12000 reservists from all units. It's thought every reserve infantry battalion will be deployed in their entirety.
The Prime Minster Theresa May speaking in Buckingham Palace said "I have every confidence in our Army reserve and that decision I made with regard to the defence review that puts them on par with our regular soldiers. I trust them to help the people of Syria and rid them of the Dictator Assad"
Defence reporter Adam Firth BBC NEWS

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