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How long is basic training for the army national guard?

National Guardsman go to the same 10 week Boot Camp as the Army. The following is an overview of what you can expect each week and what it takes to graduate and become a National Guardsman. The Reception Battalion receives, processes and ships “ready to train” Warriors to Basic Combat Training (BCT).

What is the US Army National Guard?

Like the Army Reserve, the Army National Guard is made up of Citizen-Soldiers who train part time, close to home, until needed. Since 1636, each state has had its own militia. These became the foundation of today’s Guard units (this was mandated by the Constitution in 1787).

How long do you have to serve in the military?

Joining the military is a big commitment – by both you and the military. This commitment is not to be taken lightly. Most first-term enlistments require a commitment to four years active and two years inactive (IRR). But the services also offer programs with two-, three- and six-year active duty or reserve enlistments.

How long can you stay in the military?

How long are people who enter the Military obligated to serve? The length of commitment depends greatly on the chosen Service, required training and a number of other variables. Military personnel may retire after 20 years of service and must retire after 30 years of service.