Can active duty be stationed at a guard or reserve base for humanitarian reassignment?
Most Guard and Reserve units have armouries. While there are a couple of posts which are owned by states (Fort Pickett, Virginia, for example) and posts which have fell into a bit of disuse and are now primarily used for Guard/Reserve functions (Defence Supply Center Richmond, for example), the active duty personnel who are stationed on those posts are assigned to active duty units. If you don't hold an MOS which they require, you're not going to get reassigned to any of those posts, plain and simple. And you're not going to be able to switch from Active Duty to the Guard or Reserve until your contract expires, at which point, you can reenlist into the Guard or Reserve.
WORLD TOP 12 ARMED FORCES: 1. Russia (1,027,000 active) (22,010,000 reserve) 2. North Korea (1,106,000 active) (8,200,000 reserve) 3. South Korea (687,000 active) (8,000,000 reserve) 4. Vietnam (455,000 active) (5,000,000 reserve) 5. China (2,285,000 active) (1,510,000 reserve) 6. India (1,325,000 active) (2,142,821 reserve) 7. United States of America (1,580,255 active) (864,547 reserve) 8. Iran (510,000 active)(1,800,000 reserve) 9. Brazil (327,710 active) (1,340,000 reserve) 10. Cuba (49,000 active) (1,159,000 reserve) 11. Ukraine (129,925 active) (1,000,000 reserve)… Read More
Active personnel: 1,477,896 Reserve personnel: 1,458,500
Yes, I've recently seen the 101st airborne division at a small National Guard reverse armory in Orlando. So far they've been there for about 2 1/2 weeks. I have a feeling they're training for martial law.
Sure, but only at the end of your enlistment contract - you can't terminate your active duty contract to be in the Army Reserve, but you can enlist into the Army Reserve after you've completed your active duty contract.
By federal law, a Military issued drivers license is 'supposed' to be accepted by the states when that active duty person is stationed there. That does not mean that Florida will do it, but they are supposed to.
Active Ready Reserve, or Army Ready Reserve. The remainder of an 8 hour commitment, after leaving active duty.
In Earth Cyprus there is currently 10,000 Active, and 50,000 in Reserve. In Palem Cyprus ( a planet I made) there is currently 20,600,000 Active, and about 14,000,000 in Reserve.
Altogether, 8 years. Personally, I only know the specifics for active duty, which are: you can serve 4 years active, 4 years reserve OR 6 years active, 2 years reserve OR 8 years active.
Over 1,000,000 soldiers serve collectively in the Active Army, Army Reserve and Army National Guard.
Wherever you are needed.
No. You can only serve in one branch and component at a time. Even State Guard forces won't accept anyone who is currently a member of the federal military, whether it be in an active or reserve capacity. It IS possible to be in the National Guard or a Reserve component and be on active duty status - however, you're still a member of the National Guard or Reserve, and only a member of that… Read More
In the active reserve/national guard , it is the day your unit must release you from active reserve duty. This means you do not have to drill once a month anymore but will probably still be in the inactive reserve for some time specified in your contract.
What level of srp readiness is required for Reserve Component soldiers that are mobilized for active duty?
Level 1 of SRP readiness is required for Reserve Component soldiers that are mobilized for active duty.
What is the percentage of active and reserve military families that are currently on government food stamps?
The percentage of active and reserve military families that are currently on government food stamps in the US is estimated to be 12% or more.
There is an acronym AGR which stands for active guard reserve. This is for members that are on active duty with the Guard or Reseves.
If your referring to United States Marine Corps: 202,779 active (as of October 2010) 40,000 reserve (as of 2010) And Royal Marines: 7,420 active 970 reserve
DOD regulations forbid active duty military members from running for a political office. The Reserve is a different story. A member of the Reserve may be elected to a public office and then be mobilized to active duty. How many fall into this category, I do not know.
No. You have to complete you're obligation with the active duty first.
Yes, once your active duty contract is expired, and you reenlist for a reserve component.
No. Active is P-1. Reserve is p-2.
If you have benefits from a completed 4 year active-duty term in the army you need to know if you get a dishonorable discharge from the reserve does it effect your already earned benefits active army?
Yes. As an active reserve member you are still under the same contract as active duty. Your most recent discharge is used for benifit information.
A player on injured reserve remains on the team but cannot participate on the active roster for the remainder of the season.
Only if you come down on orders for activation. Although reserve forces are generally part time, there are full time personnel within the reserve components.
Yes; once your active duty contract is fulfilled, you may reenlist for a reserve component.
11 active and 9 reserve.
Can the army reserve componet achievement medal be worn with the army active duty good conduct medal?
can you wear an army reserve component achievement medal with the army active duty good conduct medal on the same rack
I believe that there is currently a hiring freeze for AGR, but you should talk to your Retention NCO.
59,000 active members and 30,000 reserve members.
Active personnel 1,477,896 Reserve personnel 1,458,500
Active personnel: 44,900 Reserve personnel: 210,930
arround 1200000 600k active and 700k reserve
In the Reserve, you can.
Can I get fired for going on a Humanitarian trip to Kenya for a month and is there any law that protects that from happening?
Yes, you can get fired for that type of absence. There are no laws that say that you must be allowed to keep your job if you go on any type of humanitarian mission. In fact, believe it or not: employers can fire you if you go on active duty, for example, if you are a member of the National Guard. However, most members of the national guard or other reserve military group Inform their… Read More
Only if you get assigned to an AGR slot or are activated on orders (such as Title 10). If you're only doing monthly UTAs and your Annual Training, you're not on active duty - that's why it's called the Reserve.
It is my best recollection that weekend warriors(National Guard and Enlisted Reserve) are not considered Viet Nam Era veterans unless they served two years of active duty during the years 1961-1974? Some sites cite 1964 as the beginning of the era and others cite different ending dates. The exception to this is if they were discharged while serving active duty for medical reasons. Active duty personnel of any branch during this era are considered Viet… Read More
Britain has 203,780 active personal, 290,360 Reserve and 3,758,095 in training. India has 1,298,132 active personal, 2,142,821 Reserve, 1,256,936 Paramilitary and 287,142 training. dont under estimate India.India only will win the war
1.5 million active and 1.5 million reserve....FACT
They will only deploy you if you are an Active soldier, not on reserve.
Active Duty = 28 Reserve = 29
Yes. The date you report in for Basic.
The same as the active Army and Army reserve.
Active personnel 176,500 Reserve personnel 445,000
In 2010, there were just over two million people on active military duty. There were also about 850,000 in the active reserve.
Yes. He enlisted in the Marine Corps Reserve in September 1958. He served 6 months active duty, then continued in the Reserve until 1964.
If those six months added to 180 days then yes.
With about 1,414,000 soldiers in active service and about 1,800,000 reserve troops, the Indian Army is the world's second largest active standing army.
549,015 Active personnel 563,688 Reserve and Guard personnel
4 years active and 4 years reserve i belive
Active Marines - 28 Marine Corps Reserve - 29
62,000 active members and 25,000 reserve troops