CRHIB Military Culture - U/FOUO/LES OUTLINE Branches...

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U//FOUO/LES U//FOUO/LES OUTLINE Branches Components Rank Structure Key Cultural Concepts Additional Resources References
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U//FOUO/LES U//FOUO/LES Branches Army Active Duty, Reserves, and Army National Guard Navy Active Duty and Reserves Marine Corps Active Duty and Reserves Air Force Active Duty, Reserves, and Air National Guard Coast Guard Active Duty and Reserves (Not part of Depart of Defense)
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U//FOUO/LES U//FOUO/LES How to Address a Service Member Army: Soldier Navy: Sailor Marines: Marine Air Force: Airman Coast Guard: Guardian / Coastie Army National Guard: Soldier Air National Guard: Airman
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U//FOUO/LES U//FOUO/LES COMPONENTS Three Components Active Duty Reserves National Guard
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U//FOUO/LES U//FOUO/LES COMPONENTS Active Component Works “full-time” for the military Full time hours, full time benefits On-call 24 hrs / day, 365 days a year Permanent force of the military 1.41 million Active Duty members for 2010
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U//FOUO/LES U//FOUO/LES COMPONENTS Benefits for Active Component Service Members and Their Families Competitive Salary and Bonuses Healthcare Annual Leave Post Privileges Retirement Education
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U//FOUO/LES U//FOUO/LES COMPONENTS Common Stressors for Active Component Service Members and Their Families Permanent Change of Station Temporary Duty Deployment Foreign Residence Risk of Injury or Death Behavioral Expectations
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U//FOUO/LES U//FOUO/LES COMPONENTS Reserve Component Part-time duties One weekend a month, 2 weeks a year (39 Days). Can be activated to augment Active Component 844,500 reserve members 2010 National Guard “…the National Guard continues its historic dual mission, providing to the states units trained and equipped to protect life and property, while providing to the nation units trained, equipped and ready to defend the United States and its interests, all over the globe.”
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U//FOUO/LES U//FOUO/LES COMPONENTS Benefits for Reserve Component Service Members and Their Families Pay for Drill and Annual Training Bonuses Healthcare Post/Base Privileges Retirement Education
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U//FOUO/LES U//FOUO/LES COMPONENTS Stressors and Challenges for Reserve Component Service Members and Their
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2011 for the course ETH 125 125 taught by Professor Jordan during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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CRHIB Military Culture - U/FOUO/LES OUTLINE Branches...

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