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U.S. Army Bloggers Roundtabel with Mr. Victor Bosko, Program Analyst, Army G-1

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The Army's new paternity leave policy gives fathers additional time to be with their families when a new child is born. The policy, which was signed into law under President George W. Bush on Oct. 14, grants Soldiers up to 10 consecutive days of non-chargeable administrative leave after the birth of a child. Paternity leave must be taken within 45 days of the child's birth; deployed Soldiers must take the leave within 60 days after returning from deployment. Leave not taken within the established time frame will be lost, so we're encouraging Soldiers to learn about this program, and take advantage.

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