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  • #31
    Re: Guard vs. Reserve

    what is IRR?

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    • #32
      Re: Guard vs. Reserve

      Originally posted by yessy
      what is IRR?
      http://www.google.com/#hl=en&source=...2e52d254cddee4

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      • #33
        Re: Guard vs. Reserve

        gee thanks

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        • #34
          Re: Guard vs. Reserve

          wait wait wait!!!!

          Army IRR

          Never gets old.

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          • #35
            Re: Guard vs. Reserve

            Originally posted by Teuvil
            wait wait wait!!!!

            Army IRR

            Never gets old.


            That is so F'ing awesome. lol

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            • #36
              Re: Guard vs. Reserve

              Originally posted by SteveLord
              All enlistment contracts are 8 years of service. Almost everyone chooses 6 years of drilling one weekend a month and 2 years of being in the IRR pool. The IRR is a roster of soldiers that do not drill, are not technically Guard anymore, fork up many benefits they had while drilling, but they can be plucked out of that pool from all 3 army branches for a mission.
              I'm not sure that this is true. If you've already fulfilled your MSO through prior service, you do not sign on for 8 more years. I know of one prior service type who signed a 4 year contract. He'll have no IRR time, because he's already fulfilled the 8 year MSO.

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              • #37
                Re: Guard vs. Reserve

                Originally posted by notyetdead
                I'm not sure that this is true. If you've already fulfilled your MSO through prior service, you do not sign on for 8 more years. I know of one prior service type who signed a 4 year contract. He'll have no IRR time, because he's already fulfilled the 8 year MSO.

                Yes...if you've already completed your 8 year MSO, then you are not required to do another 8 years

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                • #38
                  Re: Guard vs. Reserve

                  Originally posted by RSP NCO
                  Yes...if you've already completed your 8 year MSO, then you are not required to do another 8 years


                  That is music to my ears.

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