Family members of National Guard and reserve soldiers say it`s not fair to keep their loved ones in Iraq longer than originally planned. The chairman of the joint chiefs of staff announced that 20 thousand Army National Guard and Reserve soldiers are now in Iraq and they will stay there for up to a full year- just like active duty troops. That means part time soldiers could end up staying in Iraq up to six months longer than they expected. Dick Warrington`s son, Eric is serving with the 489th Engineer Battalion- Alpha Company out of Hot Springs. "It made me sick," said Warrington. "These people are everyday folks like us they`re over there defending the country doing what they volunteered to do and proud of it now they`ve been slapped down it`s just not right." Sandi Rostan`s husband Randy is Sergeant of the 489th she talked to him about the extended stay. "Morale is really down," says Rostan. "Dates have been pushed back and pushed back they want to come home."