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What is the Maximum retirement points for a navy reservist per year?

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July 13, 2009 10:43PM

If you only accumulate the points while in Inactive Duty (Drilling and Correspondence Courses plus 15 Membership Points) then the max you can get is 130 points.

If you are Active Duty due to Mobilization, Annual Training (AT), Active Duty For Training (ADT), or Active Duty for Special Work (ADSW) the most you can get is 365 (366 during a leap year).

If you mix them, again the max is 365.

For example, let's say the first 6 months of your Anniversary year you were Inactive and you already racked up 50 Points and you did 13 days of AT. Then you get mobilized and are Active Duty during your last 180 days of your Anniversary Year. At the end of your Anniversary Year you will get 180 + 50 + 13 + 15 (Membership Points). That's 258.

Another example is you are Inactive Duty for the first 30 days of your Anniversary Year but you have racked up 100 Points from Correspondence Courses (it could happen if you were motivated enough and didn't have a life!) and then get mobilized for the next 11 months of your Anniversary Year. The math for this is 100 + 335 + 15. However, the max points that they will give you is 365 (even though it adds up to 450).