inactive duty training


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inactive duty training

Authorized training performed by a member of a Reserve Component not on active duty or active duty for training and consisting of regularly scheduled unit training assemblies, additional training assemblies, periods of appropriate duty or equivalent training, and any special additional duties authorized for Reserve Component personnel by the Secretary concerned, and performed by them in connection with the prescribed activities of the organization in which they are assigned with or without pay. Does not include work or study associated with correspondence courses. Also called IDT. See also active duty for training.
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If the veteran did not die in active service, the pay grade will be determined as of: (1) the time of last discharge or release from active duty, or (2) the time of discharge or release from any period of active duty for training or inactive duty training, if death results from service-connected disability incurred during such period.
For many, the IMA program is an attractive option since it offers greater flexibility when completing inactive duty training.
Due to the extremely limited amount of available training time during Inactive Duty Training (IDT) drill weekends, it is imperative to minimize exercise setup, lead-in, and other duplication of effort.
For example, Reserve Soldiers were forced to use military leave, annual leave, and/or leave without pay to account for absences from their federal government positions due to inactive duty training, annual training, and other types of military duty.
Prior to the change in policy regarding civilian employees, the Air Force changed its eligibility requirements to allow Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard members in Title 10 status who are sexually assaulted while performing active service or inactive duty training to receive full SAPR support services.
Reserve Soldiers typically perform duty one weekend per month, called Inactive Duty Training (IDT), and two weeks per year, called Annual Training (AT).
The MIAD was an organization that would fund specialized intelligence professionals for travel to Inactive Duty Training battle assemblies, formerly known as "drills," and annual training with MI units where the Soldier's skills would be best utilized.
Travel pay for Reservists performing inactive duty training more than 100 miles from their homes was funded by Congress thanks to the council's input in 2010.
Under Title 32, National Guard Soldiers may perform full-time National Guard duty or inactive duty training.
18) This means that inactive duty training (IDT), training pursuant to Title 32 for National Guard Soldiers, and active duty for fewer than thirty consecutive days are excluded from its protections.
Bill provisions and permanent reimbursement authorizations for Reservists' billeting charges when performing unit training assemblies and inactive duty training.