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Lack of base camaraderie can leave Reserve families feeling isolated

Reserve families often feel isolated when their spouses deploy because they lack a nearby support network.
Reserve and Guard Receive Unlimited Commissary Benefits

Unrestricted access to the commissary is granted to the Reserve and Guard soldiers.
Small Business Loans Bring Temporary Relief to Reservists

Information on the financial resources available from the Small Business Administration (e.g., Military Reservist Economic Injury Disaster Loans).
USAREUR Plan Ensures Returning Troops Won’t Be Rushed Back to Work

Article spells out plan for troops reorientation to home station and leave plans.
VA home-loan fees fall slightly for reservists

Passage of the new bill has decreased Reservist home loan fees and increased slightly active duty fees. Benefits have expanded to cover on the job training for vets and Department of Labor must provide counseling for vets getting out overseas.
New Booklet Helps Guard, Reserve Kids During Deployment

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.
Reservists receive mobilization insurance money

President Clinton approved a supplemental funding bill on May 1, 1998, which included $47 million to pay all money owed under the Ready Reserve Mobilization Income Insurance Program (RRMIIP).

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