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Handbook 10-02
October 2009

Reserve and National Guard

What if I am a Reserve or National Guard spouse in IET?

If you are mobilized full-time and assigned at an IET installation, thank you for your sacrifice. You are going through a transition not only to a new IET assignment but adapting to full-time Army service, often away from your home.

The bulk of this handbook applies to you. Material on regular Army services may be beneficial to you as most military privileges are available to you now. Check out these websites for more information:

Army National Guard Family Resources - www.guardfamily.org

Army Reserve Family Programs - www.arfp.org


Please see some of the websites at the end of the book to answer questions on TRICARE, ACS help, or normal installation life. Know that our training units rely heavily on Reserve and National Guard organizations to continue their important training missions in this time of war. Thanks for the support of your cadre in their important IET position.


The Reserve Component Liaison NCOs at each Army Training Center may be of help:

Fort Jackson Website - www.jackson.army.mil/RCL/index.htm

Fort Benning Website - www.infantry.army.mil/RCL/index.htmM

Fort Sill Website - www.army.mil/Post/Reup/Installation_Retention_Office.htm#top

Fort Knox Website - http://www.knox.army.mil/center/reserve/index.htm

Fort Leonard Wood Website - http://www.wood.army.mil/wood_cms/documents/FLW_TD_08.pdf



 

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