Someone explain the difference between the the Army and the Army Reserve?
I havent been to a recruiter yet, Do you still have to go to basic? Do you still get the benefits (health and dental) Do you still have to meet the height and weight? What about training? Such as a specialty job (healthcare job or something).
Asked By: Coltens Mama - 12/1/2009
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
See a recruiter. Yes. Yes. Yes. Same jobs as Active duty. The difference is Army is full time, Reserve is part time.
Answered By: Justg - 12/1/2009
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active army you're a soldier 24/7. reserves you're one 1 weekend a month 2 weeks a year..and if you're deployed... More
Answered By: alexander m - 12/1/2009
yes you still go to basic. Im pretty sure you get the benefits.. not sure if its the same benefits as active. yes you have to meet the height and weight. And it depends on wat you wanna do. my husband choose combat engineering so hes at fort leonardwood cuz that were they send the engineers for basic and AIT. His best... More
Answered By: Army Wife && Mommy to a boy<3 - 12/1/2009
Alexander m- Best answer (but not entirely sure if the combat issue is correct, I'm Army National Guard, and I know combat MOS are fully available for me)
Answered By: Supermoto Matt - 12/1/2009
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