Reserve members (Individual Ready Reserve or Selected Reserve of the Ready Reserve) who are on active-duty orders for more than 30 consecutive days or covered by the Transitional Assistance Management Program after serving on active duty for more than 30 consecutive days in support of a contingency operation are covered by the Tricare Active Duty Dental Program, which is different than the MetLife program.
What does SR stand for?
SR stands for Selected Reserve
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We have 157 other meanings of SR in our Acronym Attic
- Seaman Recruit (USN Rating)
- Seaplane Reconnaissance Aircraft (US Navy)
- Search and Rescue
- Search and Retrieval (computer searches)
- Sediment Regime
- Sedimentation Rate
- Sedlighetsroteln (Swedish vice police branch)
- Segmentation Reassembly (Protocol)
- Selbstständiges Referat (German: Independent Unit)
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Consequently, in February 2008, the Assistant Secretary of the Army, Manpower & Reserve Affairs (ASA-M&RA) issued a policy stating that all Selected Reserve Soldiers would deploy within 75 days of mobilization.
If currently serving in the Selected Reserve with 10 or more years of creditable service towards retirement, the veteran must commit to serving an additional three years or until eligible for retirement, or be separated from the Selected Reserve due to a physical disability.
The law also dictates that Selected Reserve members won't lose benefits if affected by base realignment and closure.
READY RESERVE The Ready Reserve is made up of the Selected Reserve Forces and the Individual Ready Reserve.
Selected Reserve members are those who normally attend regular drills and are the Reserves most readily available for call-up to active duty.