Army Reserve Monthly Training Schedule

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How long is basic training for the Army Reserve?

Basic training for the US Army Reserve member is the same as for Active Army member: 10 weeks. It is possible that you may end up in a recycle class, if you fail your first pass through. But typically if a Reservist fails, in my experience they just sent them home and booted them out of the Reserve.

How much do Army Reserves get paid monthly?

How much do you make a month in the reserves? Pay. Your pay as an E-1 is the same as that of all other E-1s in the U.S. Army — $1,468 per month. When you make E-2, probably just after you return to your reserve unit, you’ll make $1,645 per month, or $19,740 per year. How much do reserves get paid an hour? U.S. Army Reserve Salaries

Do you get paid during Army Reserve training?

The U.S. Army Reserve is for those that want to make a difference performing critical Army jobs while serving part time, close to home, while gaining an edge in their civilian careers. Soldiers earn regular paychecks for monthly unit training and annual field training exercises.

What are the qualifications to join the Army Reserve?

  • Be a United States citizen by birth or naturalization or a permanent resident alien.
  • Be at least 21 years old, but not more than 39 years old at time of selection (waiver authorized to age 45).
  • Have a minimum GT score of 90 with a Skilled Technical (ST) of 90 (waiver authorized).

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