active duty for training


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active duty for training

A tour of active duty which is used for training members of the Reserve Components to provide trained units and qualified persons to fill the needs of the Armed Forces in time of war or national emergency and such other times as the national security requires. The member is under orders that provide for return to non-active status when the period of active duty for training is completed. This includes annual training, special tours of active duty for training, school tours, and the initial duty for training performed by nonprior service enlistees. Also called ADT.
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Exceptions are if they were on active duty for training, on short tours of active duty to serve on boards, courts, commissions and the like, or on active duty just to get a physical exam.
It applies to active duty, active duty for training, initial active duty for training, inactive duty training, full-time National Guard duty and absence from employment for an examination to determine fitness for such duty.
for the period required to perform active duty for training .
Disability compensation is a tax-free benefit paid to a Veteran for disabilities that are a result of -- or made worse by -- injuries or diseases that happened while on active duty, active duty for training or inactive duty training.
39) Typical Title 10 duty statuses are the following: active duty (AD), active duty for training (ADT), annual training (AT), active guard reserve duty, and IDT.
Any period of active duty for training during which a person is disabled or dies from a disease or injury incurred or aggravated in the line of duty or an acute myocardial infarction, a cardiac arrest, or a cerebrovascular accident while proceeding directly to or returning directly from a period of active duty for training
RPA man-days that count against the 1,095 rule are active duty for operational support, active duty for training for other commanders or due to reimbursable funds and funeral honors duty.
Veterans qualify if they participated in "radiation-risk activities" on active duty, during active duty for training or during inactive duty training in the National Guard or Reserves.
After leaving active duty, CPT Johnson remained in the Army Reserve and, during his yearly two weeks of active duty for training, served as an instructor for the Advanced JAGC Course at the Presidio of San Francisco.

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