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  • Survivor Benefit Plan for Reserve Component

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    The Reserve Component Survivor Benefit Plan (RCSBP) enables people who served in Reserve Components to leave the people they care about with a benefit called an “annuity.” An annuity is a monthly payment that lasts the lifetime of your beneficiary after you pass away. The amount of the monthly payment is a percentage of your retired pay, and that percentage depends upon the election you make when you sign up for RCSBP. The RCSBP is quite sim... more

  • Guard and Reserve Survey Deadline Extended

    The cutoff date has been extended for Guard and Reserve Soldiers to complete a survey on gender relations in the workplace. The new deadline for mailing surveys is Oct. 13, and Soldiers have until Oct. 19 to complete the online "2015 Workplace and Gender Relations Survey of Reserve Component Members" (2015 WGRR). The survey went out to 487,300 members of the Reserve components, Aug. 7. Soldiers can see if they have been selected as part of the... more

  • US Army Facility Cleared, Report of Gunman 'Unfounded'

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    DUBLIN, Calif. — Authorities lifted a lockdown order at a sprawling U.S. Army Reserve facility in Northern California after not finding anything suspicious Tuesday following reports of a possible gunman. The Alameda County sheriff's office said the training center was searched and that the reports had been "unfounded." There were initial reports of a possible shooter at the Camp Parks Reserve Forces Training Area, but no one was spotted, Ala... more

  • Mississippi Reserve Soldiers Preparing to Deploy

    A U.S. Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet hits its target with an inert laser guided bomb marked by U.S. Air Force Joint Terminal Attack Controller supporting Operation Spartan Shield on Sept. 11, 2012, Southwest Asia. (U.S. Air Force/Staff Sgt. Jonathan Snyder)

    STARKVILLE, Miss.— About 70 U.S. Army Reserve soldiers from the Starkville, Mississippi area are preparing for deployment to Kuwait and Iraq in support of Operation Spartan Shield. The group is assigned to the Sioux City, Iowa-based 960th Quartermaster Company and is among the 180 soldiers scheduled to leave this weekend. A farewell ceremony for the company is scheduled for 1 p.m. Saturday at East High School in Sioux City. The company's mis... more

  • Army Reserve's Best Warrior Competition Tests Soldiers

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    The best soldiers in the Army Reserve are gathered on Fort Bragg this week, with a chance to compete against the best in the Army on the line. The Reserve's Best Warrior Competition is being held at Fort Bragg for the second year. The competition started Sunday, when 39 competitors arrived from across the country. It ends Friday. As of Wednesday morning, every competitor remained in the competition, which entered what is arguably its most ph... more

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