Some Army National Guard personnel are on Active Guard and Reserve (AGR) status. This means these soldiers have volunteered to go on active duty providing full-time support to National Guard, Reserve and Active Component organizations for the purpose of organizing, administering, recruiting, instructing or training the Reserve Component. The Reserve Component (RC) has two primary programs, Title 10 and Title 32. Title 10 positions are generally NGB Tours, while Title 32 jobs are at the state level. AGR soldiers serve full-time and enjoy the same benefits and entitlements as Active Component soldier, including paid leave, full educational benefits, medical care for themselves and their immediate family, and the opportunity for immediate retirement after 20 years of Active Federal Service. Title 10 soldiers are stationed worldwide.
Application for Active Guard/Reserve (AGR) Position: AGR APPLICATION NGB 34-1 Applicant's Worksheet: The APPLICANT'S WORKSHEET must be filled out and submitted with your packet. Prerequisite Application: The PREREQUISITE APPLICATION must be filled out and submitted with your packet ONLY if you are applying for a Recruiting and Retention NCO position. Still have questions? Review the AGR's Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) information sheet. Frequently Asked Questions
005-16 Supply NCO92Y/SGT/79th IBCTLodi, CA 95240Statewide: Open to CA ARNG Members OnlyAnnouncement Expires: 27 November 2015
012-16 Supply NCO92Y/SGT/224th SBLong Beach, CA 90822Statewide: Open to CA ARNG Members OnlyAnnouncement Expires: 23 November 2015
013-16 Human Resource NCO42A/SGT/JFHQ-CASacramento, CA 95826Statewide: Open to CA ARNG Members OnlyAnnouncement Expires: 12 December 2015
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AGR Branch - (916) 854-3404