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Eligibility Requirements

     Are you interested in joining the National Guard? The first step is to make sure you meet the minimum eligibility requirements.

Practice ASVAB
Every recruit must take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB). This standardized test measures your aptitude in eight different areas. The results help to determine your strengths and to place you in an MOS that optimizes your ability to succeed.
Enlistment Options
There’s more than one way to enlist in the National Guard. Whether you’re still in high school, already in college or planning to earn your diploma, service in the National Guard can help you get ahead and achieve your goals.
Education Benefits
As a Soldier in the National Guard, you have the opportunity to take advantage of valuable educational benefits. And the longer you serve, the better these benefits become.


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External Information

:: Army National Guard
:: DFAS - Pay Information
:: Department of Labor (DOL)
:: Employer Support of Guard & Reserve (ESGR)
:: Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA)
:: Field Advisory Services
:: General Services Administration(GSA)
:: Social Security
:: U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM)
:: Army Civilian Personnel

Page last updated on:

22 July 2012