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Bills Address Controversial Mobilization Authority

July 20, 2017

From the National Guard Association of the United States website

NGAUS(July 18, 2017) Two pieces of legislation in Congress would add parity to the mobilization authority that compensates reserve-component members less than it does active-component troops serving alongside them.

A new version of the GI Bill would give National Guardsmen and Reservists the Post 9/11 GI Bill benefit if they mobilize under 12304b authority. And the fiscal 2018 National Defense Authorization Act that passed the House last week would provide TRICARE before and after their service under that authority.

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