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Army National Guard Offers the Best of Both Worlds
[1/21/2005]

Guard members receive all the training and benefits of active duty military personnel -- including money for college, retirement pay, and VA loans -- while serving only one weekend per month and two weeks per year.
Reserve and Guard Receive Unlimited Commissary Benefits
[1/21/2005]

Unrestricted access to the commissary is granted to the Reserve and Guard soldiers.
New Booklet Helps Guard, Reserve Kids During Deployment
[1/21/2005]

The Military Child Education Coalition offers a new booklet that provides ideas to help communities reach out to reserve and National Guard families during their family member's deployment.
Green ID cards for Guard/Reserve soldiers on the way
[11/9/2004]

Army officials took one step closer to a seamless, Total Force in June 1998 when a ceremony formally recognized the demise of the red identification card for members of the National Guard and Army Reserve.
ID cards go Total Force green
[11/9/2004]

In a step toward achieving integration of the active and reserve military components, Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen announced that identification cards for all Active component and Reserve active status U.S. military personnel will now be the same color -- green.
RC families have limited TRICARE benefits
[11/9/2004]

If you're a member of the Army National Guard or U.S. Army Reserve, you and your family members are eligible for TRICARE when you become activated and are issued orders sending you to active duty for a period of more than 30 consecutive days.

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