Can you get stationed at FT Leonard wood Mo While on Active Duty?
Yes you can. They have regular Army units like the 94th EN BN, which just came back from a tour in Iraq.
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.
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… Read More
While you are on active military duty, you CANNOT join a militia unit
Only way you can is if you're an active duty member of the military, stationed in South Carolina.
Typically, no, although there are some exceptions made, such as active duty military personnel stationed away from their home state.
I am active duty military and just got stationed in Okinawa I want to fly home for the holidays but i am worried i won't have my passport in time for the flight is there a way i can fly without?
Active duty service members do not require a passport. A copy of your leave and travel orders, and your military ID are sufficient.
The same pay you'd receive if you were on active duty.
No but there are several major active duty units stationed in Hawaii including the third Marine Division and the Hawaii National Guard includes the 29th Infantry Brigade.
Is active duty GI Bill effected by a other than honorable discharge in the Reserves even if you had a honorable while on Active Duty?
you will have to contact an education center to find out.
Looking this up, I see mention of him returning to New York after his time in the military. Being stationed out of his home state would indicate that he served on active duty, for a total of three years.
It applies while you serve in active duty.
No, they cannot.
In the Reserve, you can.
Technically no. They still can but they may not know your on active duty. Servicemembers Civil Relief Act Installment Contracts. The SCRA gives certain protections against repossessions for installment contracts (including automobile leases). If the contract was entered into before going on active duty and at least one payment was made before that time, the creditor cannot repossess the property, while the member is on active duty, nor can they terminate the contract for breach… Read More
While I think we all should be thankful at all times for the active duty military, I think Veteran's day should be for those who have been honorably discharged.
You can enter the reserves without passing through any active duty. While on reserve, you may be called into duty, and there is no way to avoid this; however, it is only a possibility and a slight one at that, as opposed to a certainty.
Active duty is considered full time duty in the active military service. This does not include full time national guard duty.
Active Duty Service Computation just means the time you started active duty.
Not likely. You would still be responsible for house payments. However, you would be paid some amount by the National Guard, probably more for active duty. No. While on active duty you receive regular duty pay and benefits, not from the National Guard (or Reserves), but from the Federal Government (Army, Navy, Air Force) (Marines & Coast Guard fall under Navy). Also time served on active duty counts toward retirement.
First of all, if you are still on active duty, you do not get disability. Disability is compensation because you cannot earn a living. You earn a living while on active duty. Therefore, the military does not give you disability rating. It is the VA's responsibility to determine your service related injuries once you separate or retire from active duty.
Depends on whether you're provided with barracks or not.
You can apply, and accept employment while still on active duty, but you won't be able to actually begin work until separated, retired or on terminal leave. Many members who are retiring actually begin to work in their next career while on terminal leave, which means they are technically still in the military.
Active duty applies to a person who is in the Air force full time, it can also apply to a reservist who is performing active duty to meet his or her yearly obligation. Inactive duty usually applies to a member of the inactive reserve. They are not in a drill status, but could still be recalled to active duty.
yes they still do there are many active paratroopers on active duty still to this day.
It depends on what you mean. A reservist can carry a firearm while on active duty if the duty requires it. Otherwise, military personel must follow the laws of the state they are in.
The calling of soldiers into active duty is called MOBILIZATION.
Active Duty sends you after a short while of time to a certain place after training. While Reserves sends you after a certain time depending on how long you signed up. [ex. My brother signed up for 4 years, hes had training and after the 3rd year he goes to Iraq for the last year then he is free.]
Who to talk to to find out if a reservist can be recalled for active duty?
No, you must wait for your contract to expire.
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
Absolutely! Any service in the military qualifies you as a 'veteran.' The distinction is differences in benefits. However, since you served on active duty more than 180 days during wartime, you would be eligible to earn the same benefits of an active duty member with the same service and duty time.
No. You have to complete you're obligation with the active duty first.
Do you have to wait for your active duty army contract to be up before switching into active duty air force?
Yes, you do.
Yes, once your active duty contract is expired, and you reenlist for a reserve component.
If you are former active duty and your spouse is still active duty do you still get the post 9 11 gi bill benefit for housing allowance while going to school?
Your status under the GI Bill, any of the incarnations of it, are dependent solely upon you, your time in service, and your status as relates to school.
Inactive means not active; sedentary; passive; in chemistry, inert or nonreactive; and in the military, not on active duty. While on vacation I was so inactive that it was difficult to get back to my regular routine.
Yes; once your active duty contract is fulfilled, you may reenlist for a reserve component.
Yes (and no). For the purpose of "Active Duty" it absolutely does. For the purpose of benefits, it usually does not. Benefits use "Active Service" which 99% of the time stipulates "other than active duty for training". So it depends on what you are specifically asking for.
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.
You can be called to active duty.
No a spouse who is on parole can not live on a military base with their active duty spouse.
If you are active duty military for 6 consecutive years are you considered a federal civilian employee?
No, you are considered an active duty service member.
Admiral Rickover (4-star) - Father of the Nuclear Navy with 63 years active duty.
Yes, Basic Combat Training and One Station Unit Training is active duty.
All armed forces personel are issued identity tags which must be worn at all times while on active duty.
Finance told me that it is covered in JFTR chapter 10 but every copy of that that I can find online is missing the active duty section So what regulation covers SM's losing BAH after divorce?
To add to my above post, Scenario: SPC fuzzy gets divorced from his wife while stationed at Bragg. They don't take his BAH away. He PCS's to Campbell, tells us that he is still married, stays here for a couple years and deploys.
See an active duty recruiter and he/she will give you a form for you're commander to sign to release you.
yes it is, while the personnell conducting/supervising the pft may not care as much while being deployed. you are still required to pass all stages of a pft while on active or reserve duty status
It depends on what you mean. While a marine is on active duty, he can carry a gun if the duty requirements allow it. If you mean can a marine carry a gun when not on duty simply because he is a member of the armed forces, no. Military personel must follow the law of whatever state they are in when they are not on base and off duty.
Soldiers generally commit to active duty for two to six years at a time. After this they can commit to another such period or find something else to do. Active duty must end eventually, as the Army as an official retirement/separation age of 62. Of course, in extreme circumstances, retired individuals may be called back into active duty.