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105 STAT. 86 PUBLIC LAW 102-25—APR. 6, 1991 (2) is involuntarily retained on active duty under section 673c of title 10, United States Code, in connection with Operation Desert Storm; or (3) voluntarily agrees to remain on active duty for a period of less than one year in connection with Operation Desert Storm. (c) HEALTH CARE DESCRIBED. —The health care referred to in subsection (a) is— (1) medical and dental care under section 1076 of title 10, United States Code, in the same manner as a dependent described in subsection (a)(2) of that section; and (2) health benefits contracted under the authority of section 1079(a) of that title and subject to the same rates and conditions as apply to persons covered under that section. (d) DEPENDENT DEFINED. —For purposes of this section, the term "dependent" has the meaning given that term in section 1072(2) of title 10, United States Code. SEC. 314. EXTENSION OF CERTAIN PERSIAN GULF CONFLICT PROVISIONS Title XI of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991 (Public Law 101-510; 104 Stat. 1634 et seq.) is amended as follows: (1) The following sections are amended by striking out "Operation Desert Shield" each place it appears and inserting in lieu thereof "the Persian Gulf conflict": sections 1111(b)(1), 1114, and 37 USC 403a 1115. 1035'note^^ ^^^ Section 1111 is further amended— use 501 note. (A) by striking out "for fiscal year 1990 and during fiscal year 1991" in subsection QJXD; (B) by inserting "or for fiscal year 1992" in subsection (b)(2) after "fiscal year 1991"; and (C) by striking out subsection (c). (3) Sections 1114(a) and 1115(a) are amended by striking out "during fiscal year 1990 or 1991". SEC. 315. STUDY OF DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE POLICIES RELATING TO DEPLOYMENT OF MILITARY SERVICEMEMBERS WITH DEPENDENTS OR SERVICEMEMBERS FROM FAMILIES WITH MORE THAN ONE SERVICEMEMBER (a) STUDY,—The Secretary of Defense shall carry out a study of the policies of the Department of Defense relating— (1) to activation of units and members of reserve components for active duty (other than for training); and (2) to deployments overseas of members of the Armed Forces (whether from active or reserve components), as those policies affect the family responsibilities and interests of members of the Armed Forces who have minor children or who are from families with more than one member in the Armed Forces. (b) MATTERS TO BE CONSIDERED. — The study under subsection (a) shall examine the family policies of the military departments for consistency among the Armed Forces and shall consider whether these policies adequately address the needs of reserve component personnel. The study shall also assess the responsiveness of current policies to the needs of the all-volunteer Force as it is presently constituted, as reflected by its demographic profile. (c) REPORT. —Not later than March 31, 1992, the Secretary of Defense shall submit to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and House of Representatives a report containing the results of the study under subsection (a). The report shall include an