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When a member of the National Guard or reserves is performing the full-time duty (such as in basic training, military job school, or deployed), they receive the same pay as active duty members.

Military recruiters promise "free room and board." The "room" part of this promise is accomplished through the military's housing program.

Officers and enlisted members who live off base or in family housing, as well as higher-ranking enlisted members do not receive free meals in the chow hall -- instead, they receive the monthly food allowance.

Welcome to Military - the home of military single men!

Except for basic training and military job school, the new "standards" for most of the services now include a single room for each person, with a bathroom shared by one or more others.

As enlisted members progress in rank to above E-4, they are usually given the opportunity to move off base, and rent a house or apartment -- receiving a monthly housing allowance.

A Guard/Reserve member in the lowest enlisted rank (E-1), with less than two years in the military, would draw 5.68 for a weekend of drill.

A full-bird colonel (O-6), with more than 20 years in the military, would make

Welcome to Military - the home of military single men!

Except for basic training and military job school, the new "standards" for most of the services now include a single room for each person, with a bathroom shared by one or more others.

As enlisted members progress in rank to above E-4, they are usually given the opportunity to move off base, and rent a house or apartment -- receiving a monthly housing allowance.

A Guard/Reserve member in the lowest enlisted rank (E-1), with less than two years in the military, would draw $195.68 for a weekend of drill.

A full-bird colonel (O-6), with more than 20 years in the military, would make $1,538.76 for a weekend of drill.

However, if they perform active duty for less than 30 days, they receive a different housing allowance, which usually pays less, and doesn't depend on the member's location.

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Welcome to Military - the home of military single men!Except for basic training and military job school, the new "standards" for most of the services now include a single room for each person, with a bathroom shared by one or more others.As enlisted members progress in rank to above E-4, they are usually given the opportunity to move off base, and rent a house or apartment -- receiving a monthly housing allowance.A Guard/Reserve member in the lowest enlisted rank (E-1), with less than two years in the military, would draw $195.68 for a weekend of drill.A full-bird colonel (O-6), with more than 20 years in the military, would make $1,538.76 for a weekend of drill.However, if they perform active duty for less than 30 days, they receive a different housing allowance, which usually pays less, and doesn't depend on the member's location.

,538.76 for a weekend of drill.

However, if they perform active duty for less than 30 days, they receive a different housing allowance, which usually pays less, and doesn't depend on the member's location.

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