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BEFORE SERVING IN THE COAST GUARD RESERVE
To join the Coast Guard Reserve, you must be a U.S. citizen or resident alien between 18 and 39 years old (17 with parental consent). While GEDs are sometimes accepted, high school diplomas are preferred. All recruits take the ASVAB test to determine placement.
Coast Guard reservists undergo Basic Training at the Coast Guard Training Center in Cape May, N.J., for eight weeks. Reservists also train one weekend per month and two weeks every summer.
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RECEIVE PAY & BENEFITS AS A COAST GUARD RESERVIST
For starters, you will get paid. Coast Guard reservists receive the same pay that other military members receive with the same pay grade and status. For more information, download the most recent military pay scale.
Through the Montgomery GI Bill-Selected Reserve, we will help you pay for college or technical training. Find out more about the Montgomery GI Bill-Selected Reserve.
Medical and Dental Care:
Reservists enjoy low-cost, quality medical and dental coverage through our TRICARE program.
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Coast Guard Reserve: 72 years of service to America
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Here's your chance to get a good-paying, part-time job that comes with impressive benefits including action, adventure and the chance to make a difference. Plus, as a reservist, you'll typically serve close to home.
Enlisted Careers as a member of the Coast Guard Reserve, you will be working side by side with full-time Coast Guardsmen. No matter what mission, you'll typically serve two days a month and two weeks a year at a base near your home. Receive training in such diverse fields as computer processing, mechanics or communications. Want to operate boats and save lives? Qualify as a boat coxswain and lead real lifesaving missions. Officer Careers
If you're about to finish college and you're looking for some financial help as well as the chance to do something exciting and rewarding or, if you have a year or more of military experience and have earned your Bachelor's Degree, you may apply to serve as an officer in the Coast Guard Reserve. You'll serve close to home, you'll learn invaluable leadership skills and have the chance to put them to use quickly, plus you'll earn extra income and get great benefits.
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