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www.army.mil/article/180159/guard_and_reserve_members_receive_veteran_status

Guard and Reserve members receive 'Veteran' status. ... then you could be considered a veteran," said Army Sgt. Maj. Matthew Krenz, a legislative liaison at the National Guard Bureau who provided ...

m14forum.com/veterans-affairs/315170-reservists-considered-veterans.html

Are reservists considered veterans? This is a discussion on Are reservists considered veterans? within the Veterans Affairs forums, part of the Armed Services category; I've had this discussion with others. During the sixties the wizards of smart in the U.S. government decided one of the ways to discharge your ...

www.veteranaid.org/blog/2017/02/09/u-s-guard-reserve-members-officially-veterans

U.S. Guard and Reserve Members are Officially ‘Veterans’ Posted in Uncategorized on February 9, 2017 Tags: military, VA programs, veterans. How do you define a veteran? It’s a question many of us probably never considered. But for millions of retired National Guard members and Army Reservists, it is a matter of great honor.

www.answers.com/Q/Do_reservists_qualify_as_veterans

the army reserve are people that like the title says, are reservists. they do not nessisarily fight in wars and ussualy help with natural disasters. but, they ARE part of the army. as of the "Bush ...

www.benefits.va.gov/.../benefits-summary/SummaryofVANationalGuardandReserve.pdf

Reserve in order to retain employment. Similar to traditional National Guard and Reserve members, military technicians are normally in a military status one weekend a month and two weeks a year, and are eligible for some VA benefits. They may establish eligibility for additional benefits based on the length of Guard, Reserve, or active service.

www.quora.com/Are-army-reservists-considered-veterans

Back in the day, it required 180 days of continuous active duty service, other than for training. In other words, if you joined the Guard or reserves, and only went to Basic and AIT, then returned to your unit, you were not a veteran, as that acti...

www.rallypoint.com/answers/when-is-a-reservist-considered-a-veteran

By regulation 180 days of continuous Active Duty constitutes you to be a veteran. You are not considered such for Veterans Tax discounts. BCT & AIT usually do not fit this criteria. You will be considered a 'VETERAN' if you are RETIRED with 20+ years of Reserve/NG service and drawing a pension.

www.nationalguard.mil/.../1038989/guard-and-reserve-members-receive-veteran-status

Now, under the new law, anyone eligible for reserve component retirement benefits is considered a veteran, said Krenz. "Anyone who has reached 20 years of service, even if they were never activated on a [federal] order for more than 180 days outside of training, will now be considered a veteran," he said.

va.org/what-is-a-veteran-the-legal-definition

Must have a DD 214 or have been mobilized under titles 10 or 32 which will get you a DD 214, to be considered a Veteran and eligible for federal benefits under the GI Bill. Anyone who has served in the military including the reserves is considered to be a veteran. The difference is which veterans are eligible for Federal Benefits

www.veterantoolbox.org/when-are-you-considered-a-veteran

In addition to appropriately honoring veterans for their service, it’s important to define when a service member is considered a veteran because of the benefits available. Veterans are entitled to a number of benefits, including those related to education, housing, and healthcare.