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National Guard and Reserve

 

Active duty National Guard memberNational Guard: Active

National Guard members performing active service where pay is received from the Federal government may qualify for many VA benefits. This could be active duty under Title 10 or full-time National Guard duty under Title 32, to include performing full-time duties as an Active Guard Reserve member.

Learn more about your Active National Guard VA benefits, such as Education, Home Loans, Disability Compensation, and Pension.

 

 

 

Active Reserve memberReserve: Active

Reserve members who serve on active duty qualify for many VA benefit programs, including those who serve as part of the Active Guard Reserve.

Learn more about your Reserve National Guard VA benefits, such as Education, Home Loans, Disability Compensation, and Pension.

 

 

 

man holding American flagTraditional

National Guard or Reserve members who serve one weekend a month and two weeks a year. Traditional members may be eligible for some VA benefits. Service on active duty (Title 10) or full-time National Guard duty (Title 32) may qualify you for additional VA benefits.

Learn more about your Traditional National Guard VA benefits, such as Education, Insurance, and Home Loans.

 

 

 

man dribbling a basketballTechnician

Federal civilian employees who are required to maintain membership in the National Guard or Reserve as a condition of their employment. Similar to traditional members, military technicians normally serve one weekend a month and two weeks a year and may be eligible for some VA benefits. Service on active duty (Title 10) or full-time National Guard duty (Title 32) may qualify you for additional VA benefits.

Learn more about your Technician National Guard VA benefits, such as Education, Insurance, and Home Loans.