About Us – Reserve + National Guard Magazine

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    Editorial Focus

    Education & Professional Development

    Members of the reserves and National Guard have access to numerous financial resources for their education, e.g. tuition assistance and credentialing assistance programs, as well as the Post-9/11 GI Bill.

    Careers & Transition

    The demographic has a civilian career in addition to their military service, which is why the DOD created a program called Employer Support of the Guard & Reserve to support relationships between the reserve component and civilian employers.

    Off Duty & Hobbies

    Because this demographic is located in communities across the U.S. but not necessarily near an installation, they seek access to leisure options off base. This can include fishing, hunting, shooting, camping, or modern-day hobbies like esports.

    Money & Finances

    Members of the reserves and National Guard have access to ongoing compensation for monthly drill weekends, annual training, mobilizations and deployments. Additionally, this demographic has a civilian employer and may have a spouse that works as well.

    Home Buying & Benefits

    Members of the reserves and National Guard may qualify for VA benefits to include disability compensation, pension, VA loans, education, health care, insurance, vocational rehabilitation and employment, and burial.