The US Army Reserve
The Army Reserve is an indispensable part of the United States defense strategy. The Army Reserves work in conjunction with the Active Army and the National Guard to ensure the safety and integrity of our Nation.
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Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB)
The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has provided the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB), a nationally-normed, multi-aptitude test battery, to high school and post-secondary school students since 1968.

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Reserve Benefits  ( 7 items )

Education Benefits

Tuition Assistance
The Army Reserve provides a variety of tuition assistance programs such as independent study assistance, college and university assistance and the Montgomery GI Bill.

Student Loan Repayment Program (SLRP)
SLRP is an incentive program that helps you pay off your student loans. When used properly, this program allows you to greatly reduce or completely eliminate your educational debts.

Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB)
The MGIB Program is an educational assistance program enacted by Congress to attract high quality men and women into the Armed Forces. View a description of education benefits under MGIB Chapter 1606 or Chapter 30.

MGIB Chapter 30 Increased Benefits
New legislation (Public Law 106-419) affecting participants in the Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB) allows active duty members (including AGR) to make an additional contribution.

VEAP Conversion
Veterans Educational Assistance Program (VEAP) Conversion under Public Law 106-419 provides an opportunity for some participants in VEAP (Chapter 32) to elect to participate in Chapter 30.

Voluntary Education
The Army Reserve offers opportunities for selected reserve soldiers to pursue their education on a voluntary basis.

DANTES (Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support)
The Defense Activity for Nontraditional Education Support (DANTES) supports the voluntary education functions of the Office of the Secretary of Defense, including the Military Services, Reserve and other DoD components.

Army Continuing Education System (ACES)
The Army Continuing Education System (ACES) provides programs and services that are consistent with soldiers' professional and personal needs and goals.


Commissary Cards/Visits
Army Reserve soldiers, former reserve members and their dependents are authorized commissary privileges if they meet eligibility requirements.

Legal Services & Protection

Legal Assistance
A variety of legal assistance and protection is available to Army Reserve soldiers

Uniformed Services Employment & Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA)
USERRA protects the employment rights of National Guard, Reserve and Active component members of the armed forces.

Employer Support
The National Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) is an agency within the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs which promotes cooperation and understanding between Reserve component members and their civilian employers.

Family Benefits

Family Care Plan documents required for mobilized soldiers
Checklist to assist Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) and Individual Mobilization Augmentee (IMA) soldiers in preparing for entry on active duty and movement to a mobilization station or port of embarkation.

Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)
EFMP information for AGR soldiers

ID Cards
Information on the issuing, reissuing, and renewing of ID Cards

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Reserve Requirements

Success in any branch of the Military depends on a good education, and physical fitness. To see if you qualify click the link below.

Basic Training  ( 5 items )

Basic Training

Basic Combat Training (BCT) consist of nine weeks of intense training designed to hone your skills, teach you new skills, optimize your physical and mental performance. It will prepare you mentally, physically, and emotionally to be the best that you can be.

New recruits attend Boot Camp/Basic Training in one of several places. These include: Fort Benning, Ft. Benning, GA; Fort Jackson, Columbia, South Carolina; Fort Knox, Louisville, Kentucky; Fort Leonard Wood, Waynesville, Missouri; Fort McClellan, Anniston, Alabama; or Fort Sill, Lawton, Oklahoma. Where you attend is relative to the location of the Advanced Individual Training (Job Training) you will attend after Basic Training.

If you enlist in one of the Combat Arms MOS's, you may attend Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training at one location: Fort Benning for infantry; Fort Knox for armor; Fort Leonard Wood for combat engineers, military police, and chemical.

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