National Guard GI Bill: 16 Things You Should Know

There are many benefits in serving the United States and her citizens by being a member of the United States National Guard. Some of the most common benefits are: Gaining skills to help in the civilian world Earning extra moneyContinue reading… National Guard GI Bill: 16 Things You Should Know

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Involuntary Separations in the Army: What You Should Know

There are circumstances when separation from the Army is necessary. In many cases, separation is voluntary, but there are also situations of involuntary separation too. We have noticed a large amount of involuntary separations as troops are brought home fromContinue reading… Involuntary Separations in the Army: What You Should Know

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Readiness Management Period (RMP Funds): What You Should Know

RMP is an often misunderstood subject in the Army National Guard and the Army Reserve. In today’s post, we are going to delve into RMP Funds: what they are and how they work. RMP stands for Readiness Management Period. TheContinue reading… Readiness Management Period (RMP Funds): What You Should Know

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Army Casualty Assistance Officer: Their Duties and Responsibilities

In today’s post, we are going to discuss a position in the United States Army that takes a person with special talents and skills. This position has the title of Casualty Assistance Officer. We are going to talk about thisContinue reading… Army Casualty Assistance Officer: Their Duties and Responsibilities

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National Guard Education Equality Act

The National Guard Education Equality Act is legislation that helped “amend title 38, United States Code, to provide for the inclusion of certain Active Duty service in the Reserve Components as qualifying service for purposes of Post-9/11 Educational Assistance Program.” Continue reading… National Guard Education Equality Act

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