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Military Pay? So I'm enlisted in the U.S. army, i leave for basic July 18th. I signed to be in for 8 years, 5 of which are active duty. I was just wondering if during the 3 years that i'm not active, will I still get paid for that? Just wondering. It doesn't matter to me, I just wanna know.

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If you are in the active reserve and drill one weekend a month and two weeks a year then you will earn pay for the drill period.
If you are in the Inactive or Ready Reserve you will get no pay.

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