FY 1997

RESERVE COMPONENT

REDUCTION PLAN

OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY

OF DEFENSE FOR RESERVE AFFAIRS

January 14, 1997



TABLE OF CONTENTS

Q&As on FY 97 Reserve Component Inactivations

Fiscal Year 1997 Reserve Component Reduction Plan (narrative)

Overall Summary of Force Structure Changes by Reserve Component

Overall Summary of Reserve Component End Strength Figures

FY 97 Reserve Reduction Plan by Service and Component

US Army Memorandum

Army National Guard Story

US Army Reserve Story

Force Structure and End Strength Numbers

US Army National Guard Inactivation List

US Army Reserve Inactivation List

US Navy Memorandum

US Navy Reserve Story

US Navy Reserve Force Structure and End Strength Numbers

US Navy Reserve Inactivation List

US Marine Corps Memorandum

US Marine Corps Reserve Story

US Marine Corps Reserve Force Structure and End Strength Numbers

US Air Force Memorandum

Air National Guard Story

US Air Force Reserve Story

US Air Force Reserve Component Force Structure and End Strength Numbers

Air National Guard Unit Inactivation List

Air Force Reserve Unit Inactivation List

FY 97 State-by-State Net Force Structure Changes by Reserve Component

Selected Reserve Transition Programs


Q&As on FY 97 Reserve Component Inactivations

Q: How do the FY 97 inactivations relate to the Bottom-Up Review?

A: FY 97 is the fourth year of a five year plan to reduce and reshape Reserve forces to meet strength levels established through the Bottom-Up Review. The Bottom-Up Review provided the Department of Defense and the Military Services with the strategy and force structure adjustments required to meet a post-Cold War threat. In this context, the following criteria were used to define Reserve component force changes:

-- Reductions in Mobilization Requirements -- fewer forces are required to respond to regional contingencies rather than "Cold War" global threats.

-- Doctrinal Changes -- force requirement is different due to changes in the ways the Service plans and conducts operations.

-- Readiness -- once the type of unit was identified for reduction, priority for retention was given to units achieving highest level of readiness, as measured by recruiting, retention and/or other factors contributing to readiness.

-- Domestic emergency response -- consideration was given to retain units and personnel which support both the National Military Strategy and critical domestic emergency response missions.

Q: What is DOD's priority in managing this restructuring and drawdown of the Reserve component?

A: The Department has three priorities in this restructuring:

-- To enhance force readiness
-- with an increased reliance on the Reserve components, the readiness of the remaining forces must be improved;

-- To protect people
-- whenever possible, soldiers will be transferred to other units; however, transition benefits authorized by the Congress will take care of reservists leaving the force; and;

-- To preserve domestic response capability
-- the drawdown is being managed to minimize the impact on the states' ability to respond to domestic emergencies.

Q: Who identified specific units for inactivation?

A: The decision was made by the individual Services.

Q: Why is force structure larger than end strength?

A: The Department's force structure (the force required for wartime operations) has normally been greater than its end strength (the number of military personnel authorized by Congress). It is fiscally and strategically sound during peacetime to "man" the structure at levels which support the National Military Strategy, but at strength levels lower than required for wartime operations. Allocation of end strength within the force is often tied to deployment schedules: the earliest deploying units are resourced and manned at the highest levels. Later deploying units are resourced to maintain a readiness posture consistent with their later deploying mission, and their state or federal domestic missions. When needed, these units will be fully manned to meet wartime requirements.

Q: The number of units to be inactivated seems large compared to the relatively small number of force structure reductions reported. How is this possible?

A: Since 1993, the Department has been adjusting its force structure and end strength to achieve FY 99 targets consistent with the findings of the Bottom-Up Review. The Services' force structure adjustments include inactivating, converting, realigning and relocating units within the increasingly smaller force to achieve optimum readiness. These adjustments are considered and accounted for in the state-by-state force structure gains and losses table (see page 32), which yields the net force structure reduction figure reported. While this announcement reports units which are being inactivated in FY 97, it does not discuss specifically the myriad of other positive adjustments within the force. Positions within inactivating units may be realigned to remaining units in nearby locations; or units may be inactivated in one location and moved to another location due to equipment conversion requirements or base closure decisions. The decision to select a particular unit for inactivation is influenced by many factors including demographics, unit readiness, personnel readiness, mobilization requirements, training opportunities, and impact on personnel.

Q: What happens to the people who belong to units scheduled for inactivation?

A: The Reserve Chiefs are committed to accommodating people whose units are being inactivated. Wherever possible, personnel from inactivating units will be reassigned to other Reserve component units within a reasonable distance from their residence. If there is no valid position available, the individual will be separated with the appropriate transition benefits. If an individual declines the new assignment, he or she will be involuntarily separated from the Selected Reserve without transition benefits.

Q: How many people will be affected?

A: Reserve component force structure positions will be reduced by 19,046 in FY 97, a 2.0% change from FY 96 levels. This is not the same number of personnel that will actually leave the force. There are several reasons for this. When coupled with other force structure activations and realignments, as well as unit relocations resulting from base closures and related activities, many of the positions in inactivated units will be aligned to units in other locations. Many Reserve component personnel assigned to inactivated units will be given the opportunity to join other units within a reasonable distance of where they live; however, it is difficult to predict how many individuals will accept a transfer to another unit.

Q: What kind of transition programs are planned or in place? What benefits or entitlements would a Reservist receive when a unit is inactivated?

A: Transition benefits are available for certain members of the Selected Reserve who are involuntarily separated from their unit or are transferred from the Selected Reserve due to the inactivation or reorganization of their unit. The benefits include: separation pay, special separation pay, early qualification for retirement at age 60, continuation of education benefits under the Montgomery GI bill, limited Commissary and Post Exchange privileges and priority placement benefits.

Q: What impact does the inactivation have on an individual's financial commitment for education or commitment to serve a certain number of years?

A: If individuals are enrolled in the Montgomery GI Bill program at the time of their involuntary separation due to unit inactivations or reorganizations, they will continue to receive the benefits. If an individual is required to serve a certain number of years in exchange for education benefits, that provision, generally, is waived when the individual is involuntarily separated. If a member of the Selected Reserve has enlisted or re-enlisted for a bonus, or the Student Loan Repayment Program, and then has his or her unit inactivated, the individual is no longer entitled to receive payments.

Q: How will Reservists know if they are affected by the inactivation?

A: The affected personnel will be notified through normal military channels.

Q: Can these Reserve units be reconstituted and activated again if there is a major conflict?

A: No, but remaining forces provide adequate strategic insurance for the reconstitution mission.

Q: How do these inactivations affect readiness?

A: Since the units on the list will no longer receive manpower and equipment, the Services will be able to focus their available resources on higher priority units. This will improve the readiness of the remaining units at a quicker pace than if they had to compete for these resources in a larger arena. Some of the units scheduled for inactivation were determined to be in a lower state of readiness and would require extensive resources to bring their readiness to the level of those units that will remain.

Q: What will happen to the weapons and equipment "owned" by these units?

A: The weapons and equipment of units that inactivate will be redistributed to priority units that need the equipment. Weapons and equipment that are excess to these requirements will be returned to the Services' supply systems for appropriate disposition.

Q: What will happen to the facilities used byBthese units?

A: Many National Guard armories are the property of the states and they will be returned to the state for use if they are no longer needed. If the facility is leased space, the leases will be terminated if there are no other units in need of the facility. In some cases, other units will use the same facilities. With respect to property owned by DOD, if no DOD agency has a need for the property, it will be transferred to the GSA for disposition.

Q: Did any of these units participate in the recent Bosnian peacekeeping operations?

A: The Services can provide this information.

Q: What about statutory restrictions concerning medical personnel reductions?

A: Fiscal Year 1997 medical personnel reductions may require certification to Congress. If certification is required, DOD will certify to Congress prior to the inactivation of Reserve medical units that proposed reductions are excess to current and projected needs of the Department of Defense and that such reductions will not result in an increase in the cost of health care services provided through TRICARE Standard or TRICARE Extra.


FISCAL YEAR 1997 RESERVE COMPONENT REDUCTION PLAN

Restructuring the Force for New World Realities

Change in Threat Required Adjustments in Force Structure

During the period of the Cold War, the Reserve components of the armed forces were structured to supply the massive combat sustainability and support functions of a general world war. At its peak in FY 1989, the Reserve components were structured for close to 1.2 million personnel.

With the end of the Cold War, adjustments in the size and structure of the force were necessary to address newly defined threats. These threats have been addressed in our current National Military Strategy, which requires the Reserve components, while smaller in size, to be more modern, ready to mobilize and deploy in a shorter time period, and be fully integrated into not only the wartime requirements but also the peacetime operations of the Active forces. Additionally, the National Guard must continue to be sized and structured to meet both its federal and state missions.

Force structure adjustments were articulated in a broadly defined Active/Reserve restructuring plan shaped principally by the Bottom-Up Review. This plan called for sustaining personnel readiness and minimizing the inevitable turbulence resulting from a major five-year downsizing effort. The effort, which will be completed by the beginning of FY 99, will result in a Reserve component force structure of approximately 950,000.

The Army National Guard and the Army Reserve will continue to focus on preparing for their wartime combat, combat support, and combat service support roles. The Air National Guard will assume all continental air defense, and the Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve will increase their role in strategic mobility and bomber missions.

The Naval Reserve, while smaller, will enhance its strength in providing support to virtually all naval missions. The Marine Corps Reserve, already well structured for the types of threats defined in today's National Military Strategy, will continue its mission of augmenting and reinforcing the Marine Corps.

FY 1997 Reserve Component Reductions

FY 97 reductions are being undertaken in this, the fourth year of a five-year force and infrastructure reduction effort. These force structure adjustments, modest in comparison to earlier years, will move the Department of Defense closer to achieving its FY 99 force structure goals. More than 80 percent of reductions in both end strength and force structure necessary to achieve FY 99 targets have been accomplished during the first three years of the drawdown. By the end of FY 97, the Reserve component force structure (positions in units and organizations) will have been reduced from FY 96 levels by 19,046, a reduction of 2.0%. Reserve component end strength (Congressionally authorized and funded positions) will have been reduced by 28,114 from levels appropriated by Congress in FY 96, a reduction of 3.1%. For the remaining year, reductions will continue at an even lower rate to meet the FY 99 target. These adjustments will focus on refining the Reserve forces as they transition into new roles, missions and readiness postures.

While Reserve component force structure positions will be reduced by 19,046 in FY 97, this is not the same number of personnel that will actually leave the force. There are several reasons for this. When coupled with other force structure activations and realignments, as well as unit relocations resulting from base closures and related activities, many of the positions in inactivated units will be aligned to units in other locations. Many Reserve component personnel assigned to inactivated units will be given the opportunity to join other units within a reasonable distance of where they live; however, it is difficult to predict how many individuals will accept a transfer to another unit.

Support for Domestic Emergency Assistance

The need to respond to domestic emergencies, such as natural disasters and man-made emergencies is an important component of the current National Military Strategy. The force structure of today and that planned for FY 99 supports this important requirement. Throughout U.S. history, dedicated members of the Army and Air National Guard, as well as the other Reserve and Active forces, have proven their capability and value to effectively respond to natural disasters and domestic emergencies. In recent years, victims of hurricanes, floods, blizzards, and earthquakes have been assisted by thousands of men and women of the Guard and Reserve. Natural disasters are unpredictable in both frequency of occurrence and location; as a result, sufficient force structure will be retained throughout the country to permit states to respond quickly and effectively to these unforeseeable emergencies.


Overall Summary of Force Structure* Changes by Reserve Component

*Force Structure numbers reflect the total number of positions required to support established units and individuals in the Reserve components, as provided by the Services

The following table is a summary of Reserve Component force structure changes from FY 96 through FY 97, and force structure levels projected for FY 99.
Reserve Component FY96 FY97 FY99(Target)
Army National Guard 413,530 402,922 405,000
Changes -10,608 2,078
Army Reserve 211,508 204,929 208,000
Changes -6,579 3,071
Naval Reserve 107,656 106,462 103,500
Changes -1,194 -2,962
Marine Corps Reserve 46,014 46,273 46,300
Changes 259 27
Air National Guard 113,344 113,633 111,500
Changes 289 -2,133
Air Force Reserve 76,073 74,860 74,700
Changes -1,213 -160
TOTAL: 968,125 949,079 949,000
Changes -19,046 -79


Overall Summary of Reserve Component End Strength Figures

# End Strength numbers reflect the number of positions authorized and funded by Congress

The following table is a summary of Reserve Component funded end strength changes from FY 96 through FY 97, and end strength reductions targets to achieve FY 99 goals.
Reserve Component FY 96 FY 97 FY 99(Target)
Army National Guard 373,000 366,758 367,000
Changes -6242 242
Army Reserve 230,000 215,179 208,000
Changes -14,821 -7,179
Naval Reserve 98,894 96,304 93,500
Changes -2,590 -2,804
Marine Corps Reserve 42,274 42,000 42,000
Changes -274 0
Air National Guard 112,707 109,178 107,000
Changes -3,529 -2,178
Air Force Reserve 73,969 73,311 73,500
Changes -658 189
TOTAL: 930,844 902,730 891,000
Changes -28,114 -11,730


The FY 97 Reserve Reduction Plan follows, by Service, and component. Each section provides a unit inactivation listing.

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US Army Memorandum                                  10

Army National Guard Story                           11

US Army Reserve Story                               11

Force Structure and End Strength Numbers            12

US Army National Guard Inactivation List            13

US Army Reserve Inactivation List                   20

US Navy Memorandum                                  23

US Navy Reserve  Story                              24

US Navy Reserve Force Structure and End Strength
Numbers                                             25

US Navy Reserve Inactivation List                   25

US Marine Corps Memorandum                          26

US Marine Corps Reserve Story                       27

US Marine Corps Reserve Force Structure and End
Strength Numbers                                    28

US Air Force Memorandum                             29

Air National Guard Story                            30

US Air Force Reserve Story                          30

US Air Force Reserve Component Force Structure
and End Strength NumbersAir National Guard Unit Inactivation List           31

Air Force Reserve Unit Inactivation List            31

THE RESERVE COMPONENTS OF THE ARMY

As the Reserve components of the Army adjust their force structure and end strength to achieve FY99 targets, programming decisions involving the stationing of units, equipment modernization, changes to unit doctrinal design, and mobilization augmentees continue to effect the structured strength requirements of the Army Reserve components. These fluctuations in force structure occur routinely as we balance the force to meet requirements and account for adjustments to planning and programming decisions.

Army National Guard (ARNG)

The Future Army National Guard force structure was defined by the same process used in the past. OSD/Joint Staff determine the requirements for combat structure needed to support the National Military Strategy. HQDA develops the doctrinally required supporting force and then through application of risk assessment and component capability assigns the required structure to the active or reserve components.

The RC leaders Off-Site agreement provided the Army National Guard with a balanced combat, combat support and combat service support force. The results of this historic agreement will also cause a drawdown of the ARNG FS to 405K by the end of FY98.

In order to meet the 405K end state, which includes 8 divisions and 15 enhanced brigades, the ARNG has developed a fair and equitable plan of force structure reductions and realignments. The significance of this plan is the fact that it has concurrence of all the State Adjutants General.

US Army Reserve (USAR)

The U.S. Army Reserve continues its transformation to a smaller force while modernizing capabilities to meet future war fighting requirements. The continuing draw down of obsolete units no longer required for the warfight will free up trained personnel and equipment for remaining modernized units in support of America's Army and thereby increase readiness, deployability and battlefield effectiveness.

A major force enhancement, developed under the Total Army Training Study (TATS), will be the continued reorganization of USAR training units. The mission will continue to shift from support to large scale inductee training for global war to unit training and exercises for increased peacetime readiness and reduced training time prior to deployment.

Additionally, the USAR is continuing to implement the 1993 RC restructuring agreement with the activation of the last of the USAR units whose authorizations were transferred from the Army National Guard to the USAR.

The numbers:

Force Structure

Force structure numbers: reflect the total number of positions required to support established units and individuals in the force.
Change Change
FY 96 FY97 FY 96-97 FY 99 Target FY 97-99
Army Guard 413,530 402,922 -10608 405,000 2,078
Army Reserve 211,508204,929 -6579208,000 3,071

End Strength

End strength numbers: reflect the number of positions authorized and funded by Congress.
Change Change
FY 96 FY97 FY 96-97 FY 99 Target FY 97-99
Army Guard 373,000 366,758 -6,242 367,000 242
Army Reserve 230,000 215,179 -14,821 208,000 -7,179

Unit Inactivation List: The listing of Army National Guard and Reserve units inactivating in FY 97 follow on the next few pages.

US ARMY NATIONAL GUARD

FY 97 UNIT INACTIVATION LIST

UNIT DESIGNATOR AND NAME CITY STATE

175TH HHC-9A, MEDICAL AUGMENTATION FT. RICHARDSON AK
109TH HOSPITAL BIRMINGHAM AL
111TH HHC, ORDNANCE GROUP OPELIKA AL
1127TH MEDICAL DETACHMENT (FIELD AMBULANCE) MOBILE AL
1135TH QUARTERMASTER COMPANY (DS SUPPLY) SELMA AL
1161ST MEDICAL DETACHMENT (DISPENSARY) TROY AL
1169TH HHC, ENGINEER GROUP AUGMENTATION HUNTSVILLE AL
117TH ARTILLERY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION OPP AL
1241ST POSTAL COMPANY MONTGOMERY AL
135TH HHD, SUPPLY & SERVICES BATTALION JASPER AL
161ST MEDICAL COMPANY (AMBULANCE) BERRY AL
1659TH TRANSPORTATION DETACHMENT (MOV CTRL) TROY AL
166TH ENGINEER COMPANY CENTERVILLE AL
167TH INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION TALLADEGA AL
2087TH MAINTENANCE, TEAM (TECH MAINT) DOTHAN AL
31ST SUPPORT BATTALION AUGMENTATION ENTERPRISE AL
31ST ENGINEER COMPANY MOBILE AL
550TH DETACHMENT, DENT SVC HQ BIRMINGHAM AL
638TH ORDNANCE COMPANY BREWTON AL
650TH DENTAL SERVICES DETACHMENT BIRMINGHAM AL
650TH ORDNANCE COMPANY CLANTON AL
141ST ORDNANCE, TEAM AUGMENT(CHAPARRAL) FT. SMITH AR
153RD INFANTRY, 3RD BATTALION AUGMENTATION WARREN AR
204TH DENTAL SERVICES DETACHMENT N. LITTLE ROCK AR
222ND TRANSPORTATION DETACHMENT (MOV CTRL) CP. ROBINSON AR
233RD AIR DEFENSE, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION BOONEVlLLE AR
233RD AIR DEFENSE, 1ST BA'I'I'ALION CHAPARRAL RUSSELLVILLE AR
BATTLE SKILLS COURSE CP. ROBINSON AR
1058TH ORDNANCE COMPANY PRESCOTT AZ
1059TH ORDNANCE COMPANY WINSLOW AZ
1120TH HHD, SUPPLY BATTALION (PETRL) TUCSON AZ
157TH HHC, ORDNANCE BATTALION BELLEMONT AZ
175TH HHC-9B, MEDICAL AUGMENTATION PHOENIX AZ
259TH ENGINEER COMPANY PHOENIX AZ
923RD MEDICAL DETACHMENT (DISPENSARY) BELLEMONT AZ
924TH MEDICAL DETACHMENT (DISPENSARY) GLENDALE AZ
123RD MAINTENANCE COMPANY AUGMENTATION FT. IRWIN CA
132ND ENGINEER BATTALION AUGMENTATION SACRAMENTO CA
143RD ARTILLERY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION RICHMOND CA
143RD HOSPITAL LOS ALAMITOS CA
144TH ARTILLERY, 2ND BATTALION ARCADIA CA
144TH ARTILLERY, 2ND BATTALION AUGMENTATION ARCADIA CA
144TH ARTILLERY, 3RD BATTALION AUGMENTATION VAN NUYS CA
149TH ARMOR, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION SALINAS CA
159TH INFANTRY, 2ND BATTALION AUGMENTATION SAN JOSE CA
160TH INFANTRY, 4TH BATTALION AUGMENTATION SANTA ANA CA
160TH INFANTRY, 2ND BATTALION AUGMENTATION FRESNO CA
160TH INFANTRY, 3RD BATTALION AUGMENTATION INGLEWOOD CA
161ST MAINTENANCE COMPANY AUGMENTATION LONG BEACH CA
161ST MAINTENANCE COMPANY LONG BEACH CA
170TH MP DETACHMENT (CID HVY DSE) SACRAMENTO CA
175TH HHC, MEDICAL BRIGADE SACRAMENTO CA
175TH HHC, MEDICAL AUGMENTATION SACRAMENTO CA
175TH MEDICAL BRIGADE AUGMENTATION SACRAMENTO CA
184TH INFANTRY. 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION MODESTO CA
185TH HHD, SUPPLY BN (POL) FRESNO CA
185TH HHD, MP BATTALION PITTSBURG CA
185TH ARMOR, 2ND BATTALION AUGMENTATION NATIONAL CA
185TH ARMOR. 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION SAN BERNADINO CA
185TH ARMOR, 3RD BATTALION AUGMENTATION SAN DIEGO CA
18TH ARMOR. 1ST SQUADRON CAVALRY AUGMENT ONTARIO CA
1ST HHC, BRIGADE AUGMENTATION LOS ALAMITOS CA
224TH TRANSPORTATION DETACH(MOV CTRL-HWY REG) LONG BEACH CA
240TH SUPPORT BATTALION AUGMENTATION LONG BEACH CA
246TH MEDICAL DETACHMENT (DISPENSARY) SACRAMENTO CA
2ND HHC, BRIGADE AUGMENTATION SAN DIEGO CA
340TH SUPPORT BATTALION AUGMENTATION SAN LORENZO CA
3RD HHC BRIGADE AUGMENTATION SAN JOSE CA
40TH MP COMPANY AUGMENTATION LOS ALAMITOS CA
40TH SUPPORT BATTALION AUGMENTATION BELL CA
540TH SUPPORT BATTALION AUGMENTATION BELL CA
59TH BAND ARMY SACRAMENTO CA
76TH PERSONNEL DETACHMENT FAIRFIELD CA
870TH MP COMPANY PITTSBURG CA
970TH MP COMPANY SAN MATEO CA
980TH MEDICAL LOGISTICS BATTALION SACRAMENTO CA
1157TH TRANSPORTATION DETACH(MOV CTRL-HWY REG) CP. GEORGE WEST CO
1158TH TRANSPORTATION DETACH(MOV CTRL-HWY REG) GOLDEN CO
122ND MEDICAL COMPANY (AMBULANCE) TRINIDAD CO
147TH HOSPITAL AURORA CO
217TH HHD, MEDICAL BATTALION AURORA CO
928TH MEDICAL COMPANY (AMBULANCE) CORTEZ CO
130TH PUBLIC AFFAIRS DETACHMENT HARTFORD CT
134TH DET 9A, HOSPITAL AUGMENTATION NEW HAVEN CT
238TH HHD, SUPPLY & SERVICES BATTALION MERIDEN CT
43RD HHC, BRIGADE AUGMENTATION HARTFORD CT
43RD HHC BRIGADE HARTFORD CT
115TH HOSPITAL WASHINGTON DC
101ST PUBLIC AFFAIRS DETACHMENT WILMINGTON DE
116TH HOSPITAL WILMINGTON DE
736TH HHD, SUPPLY & SERVICES BATTALION DELAWARE CITY DE
1035TH MEDICAL DETACHMENT (GEN DISPEN) TALLAHASSEE FL
116TH ARTILLERY, 2ND BATTALION AUGMENTATION LAKELAND FL
124TH INFANTRY, 2ND BATTALION AUGMENTATION ORLANDO FL
124TH INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION MIAMI FL
124TH INFANTRY, 3RD BATTALION AUGMENTATION PANAMA CITY FL
134TH DET 9B, HOSPITAL AUGMENTATION ST. AUGUSTINE FL
202ND HHD, MEDICAL GROUP DAYTONA BEACH FL
2027TH MEDICAL DETACHMENT (THORACIC-KF) ST. PETERSBURG FL
253RD MEDICAL DETACHMENT (GEN DISPEN) CP. BLANDNG FL
494TH MEDICAL DETACHMENT (DISPENSARY) TALLAHASSEE FL
53RD HHC, BRIGADE LIAISON AUGMENTATION TAMPA FL
53RD HHC, BRIGADE AUGMENTATION TAMPA FL
53RD SUPPORT BATTALION AUGMENTATION ST. PETERSBURG FL
705TH MP COMPANY COCOA FL
710TH SUPPLY COMPANY APALACHICOLA FL
927TH MEDICAL COMPANY CP. BLANDNG FL
108TH ARMOR, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION CALHOUN GA
1166TH TRANSPORTATION DETACH(MOV CTRL-HWY REG) ATLANTA GA
117TH HOSPITAL ATLANTA GA
118TH ARTILLERY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION WAYCROSS GA
121ST INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION WINDER GA
121ST INFANTRY, 2ND BATTALION AUGMENTATION ALBANY GA
122ND CO H, INFANTRY (LRS) AUGMENTATION NEWNAN GA
134TH DET 9C, HOSPITAL AUGMENTATION ELLENWOOD GA
148TH SUPPORT BATTALION AUGMENTATION FORSYTH GA
175TH HHC-9C, MEDICAL AUGMENTATION FT. RUGER HI
112TH HHD, MEDICAL DETACHMENT AUGMENTATION CP. DODGE IA
133RD INFANTRY, 2ND BATTALION AUGMENTATION SIOUX CITY IA
34TH HHB-A3, DIVISION ARTILLERY ANOKA IA
34TH TRANSPORTATION DETACHMENT (MOV CTRL) CP. DODGE IA
116TH HHC, BRIGADE AUGMENTATION BOISE ID
116TH ARMOR, 2ND BATTALION AUGMENTATION TWIN FALLS ID
145TH SUPPORT BATTALION AUGMENTATION CALDWELL ID
148TH PUBLIC AFFAIRS DETACHMENT GOWEN FIELD ID
175TH HHC-9D, MEDICAL AUGMENTATION GOWEN FIELD ID
248TH ENGINEER TEAM (ADMIN BN HQ) IDAHO FALLS ID
4TH INFANTRY DETACHMENT REAR CP BOISE ID
ARNG ARMOR TRAINING CENTER GOWEN FIELD ID
106TH CAVALRY, TROOP SEPARATE STREATOR IL
108TH SUPPORT BATTALION AUGMENTATION CHICAGO IL
108TH CO D, SUPPORT BATTALION AUGMENTATION RIVERSIDE IL
108TH HHD, MEDICAL BATTALION CHICAGO IL
112TH HHD, MEDICAL DETACHMENT AUGMENTATION SPRINGFIELD IL
1144TH HHD, TRANSPORTATION BATTALION SPRINGFIELD IL
122ND ARTILLERY, 2ND BATTALION AUGMENTATION CHICAGO IL
130TH INFANTRY, 3RD BATTALION EAST ST. LOUIS IL
131ST INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION JOLIET IL
178TH INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION CHICAGO IL
202ND AIR DEFENSE, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION KEWANEE IL
258TH QUARTERMASTER COMPANY BEARDSTOWN IL
33RD HHC, MP BATTALION CHICAGO IL
34TH HHC-A2, DIVISION DECATUR IL
404TH HHC, CHEMICAL BRIGADE ROCKFORD IL
444TH CHEMICAL COMPANY FREEPORT IL
44TH HHD, CHEMICAL BATTALION SYCAMORE IL
633RD SIGNAL PLATOON CHICAGO IL
682ND CO B, ENGINEER BATTALION LAWRENCEVILLE IL
733RD TRANSPORTATION DETACHMENT (MOV CTRL) SPRINGFIELD IL
1015TH POSTAL COMPANY LAFAYETTE IN
138TH AIR DEFENSE, 1ST BATTALION LAFAYETTE IN
138TH AIR DEFENSE, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION LAFAYETTE IN
149TH HOSPITAL EDINBURG IN
1ST HHC, BRIGADE AUGMENTATION BEDFORD IN
2ND HHC, BRIGADE AUGMENTATION KOKOMO IN
838TH TRANSPORTATION DETACH(MOV CTRL-HWY REG) INDIANAPOLIS IN
137TH INFANTRY, 2ND BATTALION AUGMENTATION KANSAS CITY KS
161ST BATTERY E, ARTILLERY AUGMENTATION LARNED KS
169TH SUPPORT BATTALION OLATHE KS
169TH SUPPORT BATTALION AUGMENTATION FT. RILEY KS
169TH SUPPORT BATTALION AUGMENTATION OLATHE KS
35TH HHB-A1, DIVISION ARTILLERY LEAVENWORTH KS
35TH MP COMPANY AUGMENTATION TOPEKA KS
635TH ARMOR, 2ND BATTALION AUGMENTATION SALINA KS
635TH ARMOR, 2ND BATTALION SALINA KS
69TH HHC, BRIGADE AUGMENTATION TOPEKA KS
69TH HHC BRIGADE TOPEKA KS
103RD SUPPORT BATTALION AUGMENTATION DANVILLE KY
125TH TRANSPORTATION DETACH(MOV CTRL-HWY REG) FRANKFORT KY
138TH ARTILLERY, 2ND BATTALION AUGMENTATION LEXINGTON KY
149TH INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION BARBOURVlLLE KY
35TH HHB-A3, DIVISION ARTILLERY LEXINGTON KY
475TH HOSPITAL FRANKFORT KY
615TH MP DIVISION SUPPORT ELEMENT FRANKFORT KY
1090TH TRANSPORTATION DETACHMENT PINEVILLE LA
1091ST TRANSPORTATION DETACHMENT (MOV CTRL) CP. BEAUREGARD LA
156TH INFANTRY, 2ND BATTALION AUGMENTATION ABBEVlLLE LA
156TH INFANTRY, 3RD BATTALION AUGMENTATION LAKE CHARLES LA
159TH HOSPITAL NEW ORLEANS LA
225TH HHC, ENGINEER GROUP AUGMENTATION CP. BEAUREGARD LA
241ST PUBLIC AFFAIRS DETACHMENT JACKSON BARRACKS LA
2ND INFANTRY DETACHMENT REAR CP NEW ORLEANS LA
399TH MEDICAL DETACHMENT (DISPENSARY) PINEVILLE LA
39TH MP COMPANY JACKSON BARRACKS LA
NCO ACADEMY CP. BEAUREGARD LA
101ST ARTILLERY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION LYNN MA
101ST INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION DORCHESTER MA
104TH INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION WESTFIELD MA
134TH DET 9E, HOSPITAL AUGMENTATION CP. CURTIS GUILD MA
181ST INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION WORCESTER MA
26TH HHC, BRIGADE AUGMENTATION SPRINGFIELD MA
704TH TRANSPORTATION DETACH(MOV CTRL-HWY REG) BOSTON MA
136TH HOSPITAL PARKVILLE MD
175TH INFANTRY, 2ND BATTALION DUNDALK MD
20TH SPECIAL FORCES, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION GLEN ARM MD
134TH DET 9D, HOSPITAL AUGMENTATION AUGUSTA ME
240TH HHC, ENGINEER GROUP AUGMENTATION WATERVILLE ME
3620TH TRANSPORTATION DETACHMENT (MOV CTRL) AUGUSTA ME
1009TH TRANSPORTATION DETACHMENT (MOV CTRL) JACKSON MI
126TH SIGNAL COMPANY KALAMAZOO MI
1435TH ENGINEER COMPANY SOUTH HAVEN MI
2071ST MEDICAL COMPANY KALAMAZOO MI
225TH HHD, SUPPLY BN (POL) DETROIT MI
246TH ARMOR, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION DOWAGIAC MI
109TH MAINTENANCE COMPANY DULUTH MN
112TH HHD, MEDICAL DETACHMENT AUGMENTATION ST. PAUL MN
136TH INFANTRY, 2ND BATTALION AUGMENTATION MOORHEAD MN
256TH MEDICAL DETACHMENT (DISPENSARY) CP. RIPLEY MN
257TH MP COMPANY COTTAGE GROVE MN
682ND CO A, ENGINEER BATTALION LITCHFIELD MN
682ND CO E-E1, ENGINEER BATTALION WILLMAR MN
682ND HHC, ENGINEER BATTALION WILLMAR MN
682ND CO E, ENGINEER BATTALION HUTCHINSON MN
1138TH MP COMPANY W. PLAINS MO
135TH HOSPITAL KANSAS CITY MO
35TH HHB-A4, DIVISION ARTILLERY WARRENSBURG MO
134TH HOSPITAL AUGMENTATION JACKSON MS
1355TH QUARTERMASTER COMPANY OCEAN SPRINGS MS
155TH INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION MCCOMB MS
193RD TRANSPORTATION DETACHMENT (MOV CTRL) LAUREL MS
NCO ACADEMY CP. SHELBY MS
1063RD ENGINEER COMPANY AUGMENTATION MISSOULA MT
1063RD ENGINEER COMPANY MISSOULA MT
1085TH B1 MEDICAL DETACHMENT (AIR AMBULANCE) HELENA MT
163RD ARMOR, 2ND BATTALION AUGMENTATION MISSOULA MT
163RD ARMOR, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION BUTTE MT
163RD TRP E, CAVALRY MALTA MT
163RD HHC BRIGADE BOZEMAN MT
163RD ARMOR, 1ST BATTALION BUTTE MT
210TH PERSONNEL SERVICES COMPANY HELENA MT
495TH SUPPORT BATTALION AUGMENTATION FT. WM. HARRISON MT
113TH ARTILLERY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION CHARLOTTE NC
119TH INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION AHOSKIE NC
120TH INFANTRY, 2ND BATTALION AUGMENTATION WILMINGTON NC
121ST TRANSPORTATION DETACH(MOV CTRL-HWY RES) RALEIGH NC
134TH DET 9H, HOSPITAL AUGMENTATION RALEIGH NC
167TH HHC, MP BATTALION WASHINGTON NC
213TH MP COMPANY WASHINGTON NC
230TH CO B, SIGNAL BATTALION AUGMENTATION WINSTON SALEM NC
230TH CO B, SIGNAL BATTALION WINSTON SALEM NC
230TH CO C, SIGNAL BATTALION WINSTON SALEM NC
230TH SUPPORT BATTALION AUGMENTATION GOLDSBORO NC
252ND ARMOR, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION FAYETTEVILLE NC
116TH FIELD SERVICE OPERATIONS DETACHMENT BISMARCK ND
175TH HHC-9E, MEDICAL AUGMENTATION BISMARCK ND
188TH AIR DEFENSE, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION GRAND FORKS ND
191ST MP COMPANY MANDAN ND
815TH MEDICAL COMPANY BISMARCK ND
817TH MEDICAL DETACHMENT, BLOOD BANK MINOT ND
818TH HHD, MEDICAL BATTALION BISMARCK ND
835TH MEDICAL DETACHMENT (GEN DISPEN) GRAND FORKS ND
893RD MEDICAL DETACHMENT (DISPENSARY) BISMARCK ND
134TH INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION OMAHA NE
168TH ARTILLERY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION SCOTTSBLUFF NE
168TH ARTILLERY, 1ST BATTALION SCOTTSBLUFF NE
35TH HHB-A2, DIVISION ARTILLERY LINCOLN NE
734TH TRANSPORTATION DETACHMENT (MOV CTRL) OMAHA NE
NCO ACADEMY ASHLAND NE
982ND MEDICAL DETACHMENT (DISPENSARY) CONCORD NH
112TH ARTILLERY, 3RD BATTALION AUGMENTATION TOMS RIVER NJ
113TH INFANTRY, 2ND BATTALION AUGMENTATION RIVERDALE NJ
114TH INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION WOODBURY NJ
134TH DET 9F, HOSPITAL AUGMENTATION SEA GIRT NJ
194TH DENTAL SERVICES DETACHMENT W ORANGE NJ
328TH TRANSPORTATION DETACH(MOV CTRL-HWY REG) TRENTON NJ
209TH ORDNANCE, TEAM AUGMENTATION(CHAPARRAL) SPRINGER NM
744TH MEDICAL DETACHMENT (GEN DISPEN) ALBUQUERQUE NM
AIR DEFENSE TRAINING ACTIVITY LAS CRUCES NM
144TH HHC-T1, ARTILLERY, 2ND BATTALION HENDERSON NV
108TH INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION AUBURN NY
134TH MAINTENANCE COMPANY ROCHESTER NY
134TH DET 9G, HOSPITAL AUGMENTATION LATHAM NY
143RD MAINTENANCE COMPANY AUGMENTATION ROCHESTER NY
206TH MP COMPANY BUFFALO NY
209TH HHB, ARTILLERY BRIGADE ROCHESTER NY
243RD MEDICAL COMPANY BUFFALO NY
244TH HHD, MEDICAL GROUP BROOKLYN NY
247TH MEDICAL COMPANY (AMBULANCE) SARATOGA SPRINGS NY
258TH ARTILLERY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION JAMAICA NY
3RD HHC, BRIGADE AUGMENTATION BUFFALO NY
646TH MEDICAL COMPANY (AMBULANCE) GLENS FALLS NY
69TH AIR DEFENSE, 1ST BATTALION FREEPORT NY
824TH DENTAL SERVICES DETACHMENT BROOKLYN NY
112TH HHD, MEDICAL DETACHMENT AUGMENTATION COLUMBUS OH
112TH HHC, MEDICAL BRIGADE COLUMBUS OH
112TH HHC, MEDICAL BRIGADE WORTHINGTON OH
112TH HHD, MEDICAL DETACHMENT AUGMENTATION COLUMBUS OH
134TH HHC, ENGINEER GROUP HAMILTON OH
134TH HHC, ENGINEER GROUP AUGMENTATION HAMILTON OH
134TH ARTILLERY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION COLUMBUS OH
137TH HHD, SUPPLY & SERVICES BATTALION TOLEDO OH
137TH AVIATION, 3RD BATTALION AUGMENTATION GREENSBURG OH
145TH HOSPITAL COLUMBUS OH
147TH ARMOR, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION CINCINNATI OH
148TH INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION LIMA OH
2007TH DETACHMENT, DENT SVC AUGMENTATION TM TIFFIN OH
216TH ENGINEER BATTALION PORTSMOUTH OH
237TH SUPPORT BATTALION AUGMENTATION SPRINGFIELD OH
299TH SIGNAL PLATOON DAYTON OH
37TH HHC, BRIGADE AUGMENTATION CANTON OH
37TH HHC, BRIGADE AUGMENTATION CANTON OH
383RD MEDICAL COMPANY CINCINNATI OH
385TH MEDICAL COMPANY (AMBULANCE) TIFFIN OH
416TH HHC, ENGINEER GROUP AUGMENTATION WALBRIDGE OH
637TH QUARTERMASTER COMPANY AKRON OH
74TH TRANSPORTATION DETACHMENT (MOV CTRL) COLUMBUS OH
112TH HHD, MEDICAL DETACHMENT AUGMENTATION OKLAHOMA CITY OK
120TH HHD, MEDICAL BATTALION MIDWEST CITY OK
120TH HHD, SUPPLY & SERVICES BATTALION ADA OK
160TH ARTILLERY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION CHANDLER OK
179TH INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION STILLWATER OK
180TH INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION DURANT OK
189TH ARTILLERY, 1ST BATTALION ENID OK
245TH MEDICAL COMPANY MIDWEST CITY OK
279TH INFANTRY. 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION TULSA OK
45TH HHC, BRIGADE AUGMENTATION EDMOND OK
812TH B1 MEDICAL DETACHMENT (AIR AMBULANCE) LEXINGTON OK
175TH HHC-9F, MEDICAL AUGMENTATION SALEM OR
103RD ARMOR, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION JOHNSTOWN PA
104TH CAVALRY, 1ST SQUADRON AUGMENTATION FT. INDIANTOWN GAP PA
108TH HOSPITAL PHILADELPHIA PA
109TH INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION SCRANTON PA
128TH DETACHMENT, MILITARY HISTORY FT. INDIANTOWN GAP PA
154TH HHD, TRANSPORTATION BATTALION PHILADELPHIA PA
213TH AIR DEFENSE, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION SPRING CITY PA
2ND HHC, BRIGADE AUGMENTATION WASHINGTON PA
337TH HHD, CORPS SUPPORT BATTALION READING PA
55TH HHC, BRIGADE AUGMENTATION SCRANTON PA
NCO ACADEMY FT. INDIANTOWN GAP PA
1043RD MEDICAL DETACHMENT (GEN DISPEN) WARWICK RI
1173RD MEDICAL DETACHMENT, CEN DEN LAB FT. ALLEN RQ
1312TH DETACHMENT, DENT SVC AUGMENTATION TM FT. ALLEN RQ
1392ND MEDICAL DETACHMENT (FIELD AMBULANCE) JUANADIAZ RQ
1433RD TRANSPORTATION DETACH, CONTRACT SUPV FT. BUCHANAN RQ
1467TH MEDICAL DETACHMENT, BLOOD DISTRIBUTION FT. ALLEN RQ
1600TH ORDNANCE COMPANY ARROYO RQ
162ND QUARTERMASTER COMPANY JUANADIAZ RQ
162ND ARTILLERY, 2ND BATTALION AUGMENTATION HATO REY RQ
1714TH MEDICAL, TEAM AUGMENTATION (DEN PROS) FT. ALLEN RQ
192ND SUPPORT BATTALION AUGMENTATION SAN JUAN RQ
287TH PERSONNEL SERVICES COMPANY SAN JUAN RQ
295TH INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION CAGUAS RQ
296TH INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION MAYAGUEZ RQ
65TH INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION CAYEY RQ
92D HHC, BRIGADE AUGMENTATION JUANADIAZ RQ
108TH PUBLIC AFFAIRS DETACHMENT COLUMBIA SC
113TH TRANSPORTATION DETACHMENT COLUMBIA SC
116TH TRANSPORTATION DETACH(MOV CTRL-HWY REG) COLUMBIA SC
118TH INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION MT. PLEASANT SC
118TH INFANTRY, 4TH BATTALION AUGMENTATION UNION SC
134TH DET 9J, HOSPITAL AUGMENTATION COLUMBIA SC
30TH QUARTERMASTER COMPANY HARTSVILLE SC
3649TH MAINTENANCE COMPANY AUGMENTATION COLUMBIA SC
3649TH MAINTENANCE COMPANY COLUMBIA SC
NCO ACADEMY FT. JACKSON SC
1087TH MEDICAL DETACHMENT (DISPENSARY) RAPID CITY SD
139TH HHD, TRANSPORTATION BATTALION BROOKINGS SD
152ND QUARTERMASTER COMPANY RAPID CITY SD
175TH HHC-9G, MEDICAL AUGMENTATION RAPID CITY SD
57TH TRANSPORTATION DETACHMENT (MOV CTRL) BROOKINGS SD
747TH TRANSPORTATION DETACH(MOV CTRL-HWY REG) RAPID CITY SD
777TH TRANSPORTATION DETACH(MOV CTRL) RAPID CITY SD
1175TH QUARTERMASTER COMPANY GORDONSVlLLE TN
1176TH QUARTERMASTER COMPANY PULASKI TN
118TH PUBLIC AFFAIRS DETACHMENT NASHVILLE TN
134TH DET 9K, HOSPITAL AUGMENTATION SMYRNA TN
177TH HHD, SUPPLY BN (POL) SMYRNA TN
2121ST ENGINEER COMPANY CAMDEN TN
230TH HHD, MEDICAL BATTALION NASHVILLE TN
251ST QUARTERMASTER COMPANY TULLAHOMA TN
30TH HHC BRIGADE AUGMENTATION JACKSON TN
30TH HHD, SUPPLY BATTALION (PETRL) TULLAHOMA TN
30TH HHC BRIGADE DYERSBURG TN
1111TH MEDICAL DETACHMENT, BLOOD DISTRIBUTION SAN ANTONIO TX
1136TH MEDICAL DETACHMENT, BLOOD DISTRIBUTION SAN ANTONIO TX
149TH MP COMPANY AUGMENTATION SAN ANTONIO TX
1836TH MEDICAL DETACHMENT (VET SVC LARGE) SAN ANTONIO TX
249TH SUPPORT BATTALION AUGMENTATION AUSTIN TX
2ND HHC, BRIGADE AUGMENTATION FT WORTH TX
36TH HHC, BRIGADE AUGMENTATION SAN ANTONIO TX
372ND SUPPORT BATTALION AUGMENTATION DALLAS TX
3RD HHC, BRIGADE AUGMENTATION DALLAS TX
536TH SUPPORT BATTALION AUGMENTATION SAN ANTONIO TX
115TH HHC, ENGINEER GROUP AUGMENTATION DRAPER UT
118TH ENGINEER COMPANY TOOELE UT
145TH ARTILLERY, 1ST BATTALION OGDEN UT
625TH MP COMPANY MURRAY UT
111TH AIR DEFENSE, 3RD BATTALION AUGMENTATION PORTSMOUTH VA
134TH DET 9M, HOSPITAL AUGMENTATION RICHMOND VA
170TH INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION ALEXANDRIA VA
183RD INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION RICHMOND VA
2ND HHC BRIGADE FT. HILL VA
529TH SUPPORT BATTALION BOWLING GREEN VA
INFANTRY TRAINING DETACHMENT FT. HILL VA
649TH MEDICAL DETACHMENT (DISPENSARY) ST. CROIX VQ
651ST MEDICAL DETACHMENT (FIELD AMBULANCE) ST. CROIX VQ
662ND QUARTERMASTER COMPANY ST. THOMAS VQ
694TH MEDICAL DETACHMENT (FIELD AMBULANCE) ST. JOHNS VQ
134TH DET 9L, HOSPITAL AUGMENTATION COLCHESTER VT
186TH SUPPORT BATTALION AUGMENTATION NORTHFIELD VT
161ST INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION SPOKANE WA
161ST INFANTRY, 3RD BATTALION AUGMENTATION KENT WA
164TH HOSPITAL CP MURRAY WA
168TH AVIATION, 1ST BATTALION FT. LEWIS WA
105TH CAVALRY, TROOP SEPARATE BARABOO WI
1122ND TRANSPORTATION DETACH(MOV CTRL-HWY REG) MADISON WI
112TH PUBLIC AFFAIRS DETACHMENT MADISON WI
120TH ARTILLERY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION WISCONSIN RAPIDS WI
127TH INFANTRY, 2ND BATTALION AUGMENTATION APPLETON WI
128TH INFANTRY, 1ST BATTALION AUGMENTATION EAU CLAIRE WI
264TH HHC, ENGINEER GROUP AUGMENTATION EAU CLAIRE WI
111TH HHC, ENGINEER GROUP AUGMENTATION ST. ALBANS WV
153RD PUBLIC AFFAIRS DETACHMENT CHARLESTON WV
49TH ARTILLERY, 1ST BATTALION SHERIDAN WY


US ARMY RESERVE

FY 97 UNIT INACTIVATION LIST

UNIT DESIGNATOR AND NAME CITY STATE

3385TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL. BIRMINGHAM AL
3392ND US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL HUNTSVILLE AL
95TH TRAINING SUPPORT BRIGADE CAMP ROBINSON AR
353RD 1ST CHEMICAL AUGMENTATION BATTALION EL DORADO AR
4154TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL LITTLE ROCK AR
6TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE INTELLIGENCE SCH FT HUACHUCA AZ
406TH COUNTER INTELLIGENCE COMPANY MESA AZ
6224TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL PHOENIX AZ
1ST MILITARY INTELLIGENCE CENTER PHOENIX AZ
6220TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL BELL CA
6218TH US ARMY RECEPTION STATION BELL CA
272ND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE LINGUIST COMPANY BELL CA
6237TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL CAMP PARKS CA
375TH ENGINEER ASSAULT FLOAT BRIDGE COMPANY FT. ORD CA
201ST MOVEMENT CONTROL DETACHMENT LOS ANGELES CA
415TH 3RD AUGMENTATION BA'ITALION MODESTO CA
6227TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL MOFFETT CA
373RD COMMUNICATIONS ELECTRONICS WARFARE OAKLAND CA
& INTELLIGENCE BA'I'TALION
6222ND US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL PASADENA CA
651ST MILITARY INTELLIGENCE INTERROGATION PASADENA CA
& EXPLOITATION COMPANY
415TH 2ND AUGMENTATION BATTALION VALLEJO CA
5046TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL AURORA CO
337TH MILITARY INTELLIGENCE INTERROGATION DANBURY CT
& EXPLOITATION COMPANY
1031ST US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL W. HARTFORD CT
76TH AUGMENTATION HEADQUARTERS W. HARTFORD CT
338TH MILITARY INTELLIGENCE INTERROGRATION WATERBURY CT
& EXPLOITATION COMPANY
2076TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL WILMINGTON DE
3391ST US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL JACKSONVILLE FL
3388TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL TAMPA FL
3283RD US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL CHAMBLEE GA
356TH MILITARY INTELLIGENCE LINGUIST SCHOOL FOREST PARK GA
818TH MEDICAL BRIGADE HEADQUARTERS FT. GILLEM GA
3294TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL MACON GA
166TH AVIATION GROUP HEADQUARTERS ILLESHEIM GE
5041ST US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL DAVENPORT IA
351ST AUGMENTATION HEADQUARTERS DAVENPORT IA
5040TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL FT. DES MOINES IA
6228TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL BOISE ID
5035TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL BARTENVILLE IL
5034TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL FT. SHERIDAN IL
353RD 2ND AUGMENTATION TRAINING BATTALION HOMEWOOD IL
652ND ENGINEER ASSAULT FLOAT BRIDGE COMPANY JOLIET IL
84TH 2ND AUGMENTATION BATTALION ROCKFORD IL
329TH 2ND AUGMENTATION BATTALION CAMP ATTERBURY IL
3RD AUGMENTATION BRIGADE FT. WAYNE IN
5030TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL INDIANAPOLIS IN
4160TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL KINGSBURY IN
351ST MILITARY INTELLIGENCE LINGUIST COMPANY OLATHE KS
5047TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL TOPEKA KS
5048TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL WICHITA KS
399TH AUGMENTATION BATTALION BOWLING GREEN KY
2085TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL LEXINGTON KY
400TH AUGMENTATION BATTALION LEXINGTON KY
100TH TRAINING SUPPORT BRIGADE LOUISVILLE KY
2074TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL LOUISVILLE KY
100TH US ARMY RECEPTION STATION LOUISVILLE KY
95TH 1ST AUGMENTATION BATTALION ALEXANDRIA LA
4157TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL BATON ROUGE LA
4152ND US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL NEW ORLEANS LA
4158TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL SHREVEPORT LA
1ST US ARMY RESERVE FORCE INTELLIGENCE SCHOOL FT. DEVENS MA
1037TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL FT. DEVENS MA
92ND FIELD HOSPITAL BALTIMORE MD
8830TH US ARMY TRAINING BRIGADE FT. MEADE MD
197TH LINGUIST/TAREX DETACHMENT FT. MEADE MD
338TH COMMUNICATIONS ELECTRONIC WARFARE FT. MEADE MD
& INTELLIGENCE BATTALION
2071ST US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL OWNINGS MILLS MD
214TH COMBAT INTELLIGENCE COMPANY OWNINGS MILLS MD
417TH 1ST TRANSPORTATION SUPPORT BATTALION BANGOR ME
906TH COMMUNICATIONS ELECTRONIC WARFARE & DETROIT MI
INTELLIGENCE BATTALION
314TH COMMUNICATIONS ELECTRONIC WARFARE & DETROIT MI
INTELLIGENCE BATTALION
70TH TRAINING SUPPORT BRIGADE FRASER MI
5032ND US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL INKSTER MI
5033RD US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL LANSING MI
70TH AUGMENTATION HEADQUARTERS LIVONIA MI
1ST AUGMENTATION HEADQUARTERS LIVONIA MI
5089TH US ARMY RECEPTION STATION SAGINAW MI
330TH 1ST AUGMENTATION BATTALION SOUTHFIELD MI
5042ND US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL EAGON MN
283RD MILITARY INTELLIGENCE LINGUIST COMPANY FT.. SNELLING MN
5039TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL INDEPENDENCE MO
5038TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL ST. LOUIS MO
399TH INTERROGATION & EXPLOITATION COMPANY ST. LOUIS MO
334TH 1ST AUGMENTATION BATTALION WASHINGTON MO
3390TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL JACKSON MS
3285TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL CHARLOTTE NC
337TH COMMUNICATIONS ELECTRONIC WARFARE & CHARLOTTE NC
INTELLIGENCE BATTALION
2ND US ARMY (ITAAS) SCHOOL FT. BRAGG NC
3286TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL GARNER NC
3398TH US ARMY RECEPTION STATION GREENVILLE NC
5049TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL OMAHA NE
76TH TRAINING SUPPORT BRIGADE PORTSMOUTH NH
1155TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL EDISON NJ
1018TH US ARMY RECEPTION STATION FT DIX NJ
385TH 2ND AUGMENTATION BATTALION MT. FREEDOM NJ
322ND GENERAL HOSPITAL PICATINNY ARSENAL NJ
2ND AUGMENTATION BRIGADE 76th DIV RED BANK NJ
4153RD US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL ALBUQUERQUE NM
1163RD US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL BRONX NY
211TH COMBAT INTELLIGENCE COMPANY BRONX NY
1154TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL. FLUSHING NY
1150TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL FT. HAMILTON NY
98TH 2ND AUGMENTATION BATTALION GERRY NY
392ND 4TH AUGMENTATION BATTALION LIVERPOOL NY
98TH TRAINING SUPPORT BRIGADE HEADQUARTERS ROCHESTER NY
391ST 2ND AUGMENTATION TRAINING SUPPORT BATT ROCHESTER NY
356TH FIELD HOSPITAL ROCKY POINT NY
1157TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL SCHENECTADY NY
1159TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL WEBSTER NY
US ARMY CARIBBEAN COMMAND ELEMENT AKRON OH
2075TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL CINCINNATI OH
2077TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL CLEVELAND OH
2078TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL COLUMBUS OH
4156TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL BROKEN ARROW OK
377TH 3RD AUGMENTATION BATTALION DURANT OK
402ND TRAINING GROUP LAWTON OK
377TH 2ND AUGMENTATION BATTALION MCALESTER OK
402ND US ARMY RECEPTION BATTALION NORMAN OK
4155TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL OLLAHOMA CITY OK
291ST 1ST AUGMENTATION BATTALION STILLWATER OK
265TH MILITARY INTELLIGENCE LINGUIST COMPANY BRISTOL PA
1036TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL FARRELL PA
2090TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL HARRISBURG PA
2072ND US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL PHILADELPHIA PA
2073RD US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL PITTSBURG PA
2091ST US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL SCRANTON PA
76TH 1ST AUGMENTATION BATTALION BRISTOL RI
3289TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL CHARLESTON SC
3287TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL COLUMBIA SC
108TH TRAINING GROUP FT. JACKSON SC
3288TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL GREENVILLE SC
5043RD US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL SIOUX FALLS SD
3292ND US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL KNOXVILLE TN
3291ST US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL MEMPHIS TN
3290TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL NASHVILLE TN
4162ND US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL AUSTIN TX
900TH MILITARY INTELLIGENCE LINQUIST COMPANY AUSTIN TX
5TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE INTELLIGENCE SCHOOL CP BULLIS TX
4150TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL DALLAS TX
4164TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL FT. SAM HOUSTON TX
4159TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL FT. WORTH TX
4251ST US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL HOUSTON TX
4166TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL LUBBOCK TX
301ST MILITARY INTELLIGENCE BATTALION PASADENA TX
6232ND US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL FT. DOUGLAS UT
320TH 1ST AUGMENTATION BATTALION ~ ALEXANDRIA VA
318TH 1ST AUGMENTATION BATTALION ~ CHARLOTTESVILLE VA
318TH 2ND AUGMENTATION BATTALION DUBLIN VA
2070TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL FT. BELVOIR VA
2079TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL RICHMOND VA
80TH TRAINING GROUP SALEM VA
104TH TRAINING SUPPORT BRIGADE FT. LEWIS WA
319TH MILITARY INTELLIGENCE BRIGADE HEADQUART FT. LEWIS WA
416TH 1ST AUGMENTATION BATTALION PASCO WA
6236TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL TACOMA WA
6241ST US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL TRENTWOOD BARRACKS WA
6229TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL VANCOUVER BARRACKS WA
413th 1ST AUGMEHTATION BATTALION VANCOUVER BARRACKS WA
413TH 3RD AUGMENTATION BATTALION VANCOUVER BARRACKS WA
274TH 1ST AUGMENTATION BATTALION APPLETON WI
4TH US ARMY SCHOOL FT. MCCOY WI
5045TH US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL MADISON WI
84TH TRAINING SUPPORT BRIGADE MILWAUKEE WI
5091ST US ARMY RECEPTION STATION MILWAUKEE WI
1ST AUGMENTATION BRIGADE 84th DIV MILWAUKEE WI
2093RD US ARMY RESERVE FORCE SCHOOL CHARLESTON WV


THE NAVAL RESERVE

The Naval Reserve in the Total Force

During the Cold War the Naval Reserve was sized and shaped to provide immediate augmentation (people) to Active units and complete Reserve Force units (ships, squadrons, and other equipped units) to expand the fleet in response to the threat of a short notice global war. However, under the current planning scenarios, fewer Reserve forces are needed. At the same time, our need for an Active and Reserve team of naval expeditionary forces shaped for joint littoral operations and diverse regional crises remains strong.

The Naval Reserve Reduction Plan

The major determinant for sizing Reserve force structure is the ability to respond to two nearly simultaneous major regional contingencies and provide support to peacetime operations. With this thrust, the overall size of the Naval Reserve will continue to decrease during 1997, essentially completing the planned drawdown.

The Naval Reserve Force is planned to have modernized Perry class frigates (FFGs) and additional new Mine-Countermeasure ships (MHC). Additionally, modernization of Reserve P-3 and F/A-18 aircraft continues, to ensure fleet compatibility. Two new C-130T Hercules aircraft will be added in FY-97, increasing this heavy lift capability to eighteen aircraft.

The reductions for FY 1997 reflect adjustments based on force structure realignment and reductions in mobilization requirements. Where excess capability exists, personnel augmentation programs will continue to downsize and be reoriented to provide a flexible response surge capability as well as peacetime support to the active forces.

Approximately 65% of Naval Reserve personnel are in units categorized as "augmentation" units. These non-equipped units provide personnel only to various Active Component commands at time of recall. Downsizing of augmentation programs will continue throughout 1997. Effecting the orderly downsizing of these augmentation programs often encompasses restructuring that may involve numerous unit inactivations, establishments and relocations. Decisions affecting specific units are influenced by many factors including: demographics, unit manning and readiness, active command mobilization requirements, training opportunities and the impact on personnel.

The Numbers

Force Structure

Force structure numbers: reflect the total number of positions required to support established units and individuals in the force.
Change Change
FY 96 FY97 FY 96-97 FY 99 Target FY 97-99
Naval Reserve 107,565 106,462 -1,194 103,500 -2,962

End Strength

End strength numbers: reflect the number of positions authorized and funded by Congress.
Change Change
FY 96 FY97 FY 96-97 FY 99 Target FY 97-99
Naval Reserve 98,894 96,304 -2,590 93,500 -2,804


Unit List: The listing of Naval Reserve units planned for inactivation in 1997 is provided next.

NAVAL RESERVE FY97 UNIT INACTIVATIONS

UNIT DESIGNATOR AND NAME CITY STATE

NR NAVAL DENTAL CLINIC SAN FRANCISCO 120 ALAMEDA CA
NR T-LKA-115 MILITARY DETACHMENT LONG BEACH CA
NR JOINT INTELLIGENCE CENTER PACIFIC 0994 SAN DIEGO CA
NR SURFACE PACIFIC RELIGIOUS 122 SAN DIEGO CA
PATROL SQUADRON 68 WASHINGTON DC
NR SURFACE ATLANTIC RELIGIOUS 104 WILMINGTON DE
NR SURFACE ATLANTIC RELIGIOUS 108 CLEARWATER FL
USS OLIVER H PERRY FFG-7 MAYPORT FL
NR T-LKA-117 MILITARY DETACHMENT TAMPA FL
NR NAVAL STATION CHARLESTON 108 COLUMBUS GA
NR CINCPAC RELIGIOUS 2002A HONOLULU HI
NR NAVAL DENTAL CLINIC SAN FRANCISCO 216 DES MOINES IA
NR SURACE PACIFIC RELIGIOUS 101 S. WEYMOUTH MA
NAVAL AIR STATION S. WEYMOUTH MA
NR LKA SUPPORT UNIT DETACHMENT A SAGINAW MI
NR LKA SUPPORT UNIT DETACHMENT B GRAND RAPIDS MI
NR NAVAL DENTAL CLINIC SAN FRANCISCO 420 RENO NV
NR LKA SUPPORT UNIT DETACHMENT C ALBANY NY
NR CINCLANT RELIGIOUS 0711A CHARLESTON SC
NR SURFACE PACIFIC RELIGIOUS 116 SIOUX FALLS SD
NR USS INCHON MCS-12 PRE CREW SAN ANTONIO TX
NR NAVAL DENTAL CLINIC SAN FRANCISCO 110 SAN ANTONIO TX
NR NAVAL DENTAL CLINIC SAN FRANCISCO 520 SALT LAKE CITY UT


MARINE CORPS RESERVE

The Marine Corps Reserve in the Total Force

The Total Force Marine Corps continues to shape itself to meet the emerging challenges of a changing world. Force structure modifications evolve in response to changing capabilities requirements, global commitments, and support of the Active component. Maintaining the capability to augment and reinforce the Active component in time of war or national emergency is the determining factor in Reserve force structure. Decisions are also based on the need to make efficient use of the Reserve component as a means of relieving the OP/PERSTEMPO of the Active force. As we have in the past, we will continue to shape the force to remain relevant in composition, equipment and employment as we prepare to meet the diverse challenges of the 21st century.

Marine Corps Reserve Force Structure Planning

The Marine Corps Reserve has stabilized at a force structure that will support an end-strength of 42,000 Marines. The decision making process used to base individual Selected Marine Corps Reserve (SMCR) units requires constant planning and review to maintain a credible, viable force. This Reserve specific process considers three unique factors that ultimately drive the decision making process:

1. The SMCR site must be demographically capable of supporting the required structure and manning levels.

2. The SMCR site must have adequate access to compatible firing ranges and training areas to maintain operational readiness.

3. The SMCR site must have facilities that provide adequate storage, classrooms, and maintenance and administrative work space, storage and classrooms.

Marine Corps Reserve units are located at 188 sites throughout the United States. Of these, only 25 are owned or leased. As a tenant at the remaining 163 sites, the SMCR is subject to closure decisions made by either the host command or the Base Realignment and Closure Commission. The majority of Marine Corps Reserve relocations in the past several years have been the result of ongoing adjustments based on BRAC recommendations. Units are relocated as facilities modifications and base closures mandated by BRAC are implemented. Unit relocations planned for FY97 will occur within state boundaries and are not addressed in this report.

The numbers:

Force Structure

Force structure numbers: reflect the total number of positions required to support established units and individuals in the force.
Change Change
FY 96 FY97 FY 96-97 FY 99 Target FY 97-99
Marine Corps Reserve 46,014 46,273 259 46,300 27

End Strength

End strength numbers: reflect the number of positions authorized and funded by Congress.
Change Change
FY 96 FY97 FY 96-97 FY 99 Target FY 97-99
Marine Corps Reserve 42,274 42,000 -274 42,000 0

THE RESERVE COMPONENTS OF THE AIR FORCE

The Air Force Reserve components maintain substantial capabilities in supporting the active Air Force on missions around the world, every day, while standing ready to augment the force during regional conflicts. Their contributions are crucial to combat and combat support as well as in added roles such as peacekeeping, humanitarian assistance, counter drug operations, and fire fighting.

The Air National Guard's fighter force will continue to modernize its aircraft, and the ANG's operations tempo in air refueling and airlift missions will continue to increase. The ANG will continue to execute newly acquired Air Force missions such as the Mobile Ground Station, ANG Space Warning Squadron, and increase the ANG international military flying training program. Also, the transfer of command and control of the 1st Air Force and the air defense sectors to the ANG will continue.

The Air Force Reserve will close O'Hare IAP in Chicago, Illinois and its C-130s were divided between Peterson AFB, in Colorado Springs, Colorado and General Mitchell AFB in Wisconsin. C141s associate units are reducing at Charleston, South Carolina; Trenton, New Jersey; and Sacramento, California.

The numbers:

Force Structure

Force structure numbers: reflect the total number of positions required to support established units and individuals in the force.
Change Change
FY 96 FY97 FY 96-97 FY 99 Target FY 97-99
Air National Guard 113,344 113,633 289 111,500 -2,133
Air Force Reserve 76,063 74,860 -1213 74,700 -160

End Strength

End strength numbers: reflect the number of positions authorized and funded by Congress.
Change Change
FY 96 FY97 FY 96-97 FY 99 Target FY 97-99
Air National Guard 112,707 109,178 -3,529 107,000 -2,178
Air Force Reserve 73,969 73,311 -658 73,500 189

AIR NATIONAL GUARD

FY97 UNIT INACTIVATION LIST

NAME CITY STATE

129 Air Control Squadron McCollum AGS GA
104 Air Control Squadron Coos Head AGS OR
110 Air Control Squadron Alcoa AGS TN
124 Aerial Port Flight Boise Air Terminal ID

FY97 UNIT CHANGE

NAME CITY STATE

235 Air Traffic Control Move to Selfridge ANGB MI


US AIR FORCE RESERVE

FY97 UNIT INACTIVATION LIST

NAME CITY STATE

64th Airlift Squadron Chicago IL
28th Aerial Port Squadron Chicago IL
728th Aeromedical Staging Squadron Chicago IL
928th HQ, Airlift Wing Chicago IL
928th HQ, Medical Group Chicago IL
928th Aeromedical EvacSquadron Chicago IL
928th Aeromedical Staging Squadron Chicago IL
928th Civil Engineering Chicago IL
928th Communications Chicago IL
928th HQ, Logistics Group Chicago IL
928th Logistics Support Squadron Chicago IL
928th Mission Support Squadron Chicago IL
928th Maintenance Squadron Chicago IL
928th HQ, Operations Group Chicago IL
928th Operations Support Flight Chicago IL
928th HQ, Support Group Chicago IL
928th Security Police Squadron Chicago IL
928th Services Flight Chicago IL
514th Component Repair Squadron Trenton NJ


FY 97 State-by-State Net Force Structure Changes by Reserve Component

The following is a consolidated list of force structure impacts by state and individual Reserve component showing the net change from all force structure actions. These actions include the unit inactivation which are displayed in the individual service sections and adjustments which account for change in equipment, transitions in mission, doctrinal adjustments, transfers to other locations, and Congressionally directed actions.
STATE STATE
TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL
STATE ARNGUSAR USNR USMCRUSAFR ANGCHANGE FY 96 FY 97
AK-93 00 096 912 50105022
AL-1032 1670 0-94 7-952 2996829016
AR-368 -5610 00 8-921 1559314672
AZ154 -1810 0-4 8857 1103411091
CA-612 -407-158 0-335 16-1496 7135469858
CO-350 78-1 171123 324 1482814852
CT0 2390 00 -38201 87778978
DE-21 -127-5 0-86 5-234 60385804
FL-469 55-194 0-4 3-609 3328232673
GA-38 265-67 0-1 9168 2779627964
HI22 5-8 00 221 1044110462
IA-569 12144 00 6-398 1388713489
ID-123 -1300 00 4-249 67206471
IL42 -8115 0-1273 12-1285 3044929164
IN-980 -71-1 0-3 6-1049 2420823159
KS-419 -1210 0-3 7-536 1519614660
KY120 -4620 00 5-337 1447514138
LA-111 -306-54 0-8 3-476 2514924673
MA508 308-347 0-3 -36430 2110021530
MD-529 -6640 0-57 -38-1288 1985018562
ME38 -1891 00 4-146 61345988
MI-72 -1478-152 0-3 -35-1740 2398922249
MN776 -237-50 0-4 8493 2054321036
MO-169 -33213 0-1 8-481 2107720596
MS3 46127 0-3 10183 1905519238
MT-781 10 00 3-777 73286551
NC-272 130109 01 5-27 2244022413
ND-113 -130 00 3-123 60255902
NE-592 -1460 087 4-647 86638016
NH24 -1020 00 4-74 49914917
NJ-270 3283 0-29 739 2019020229
NM778 -50-1 00 3730 65047234
NV188 028 00 5221 37203941
NY-1482 -14360 0-2 105-2815 4137038555
OH-531 2260 0-4 15-294 3188031586
OK-452 -3520 0191 8-605 1712516520
OR152 -111 01 3146 1237412520
PA-8 -504-51 64-4 -31-534 4439143857
RI115 -730 00 648 64366484
SC-230 -13053 08 3-296 2213421838
SD-34 -143-1 00 3-175 54275252
TN-168 152-164 00 14-166 2514924983
TX198 7851 0-298 1140 5481354853
UT-244 281-4 0387 4424 1198012404
VA-1329 -223-50 0252 3-1347 2573124384
VT53 00 00 356 46704726
WA-232 -260-88 0-85 4-661 2308922428
WI-313 -20417 0172 7-321 2034220021
WV62 440 00 10116 92079323
WY-148 00 241 5-118 34103292
DC-127 -177-229 00 3-530 1117510645
GM80 00 038 0118 9911109
PR-515 00 00 3-512 1054310031
VI-125 00 00 0-125 1032907
Undist0 0-31 0-266 0-297 41323835
GE0 -1340 00 0-134 897743
GQ0 00 00 00 404404
IT0 00 00 00 4646
KO0 00 00 00 9393
PM0 00 00 00 4141
RQ0 1950 00 0195 46754870
UK0 00 00 00 3030
TOTAL-10,608 -6,579-1,194 259-1213 289-19,046 969,401950,355


Selected Reserve Transition Programs:

The Department of Defense is committed to ensuring that Selected Reservists who are involuntarily separated during the force reduction transition period are treated fairly and equitably. The transition initiatives approved by Secretary of Defense and available within each Service include:

· Special Separation Pay: An involuntarily separated member of the Selected Reserve who has 20 or more years of service, and who has qualified for retirement upon reaching age 60, but who is not yet 60 will qualify for special separation pay upon transfer to the Retired Reserve.

· Early Qualification for Retired Pay: An involuntarily separated member of the Selected Reserve who has completed more than 15 qualifying years of service but less than 20, may be eligible for retired pay at age 60. Service Secretaries are authorized to extend the program to members in designated grades, length of service and skill categories who voluntarily transfer to the Retired Reserve.

· Early Qualification for Retired Pay at Age 60 (as a result of medical disqualification): The Secretaries of the Military Departments may grant eligibility for retired pay at age 60 to certain members of the Selected Reserve who become medically disqualified for continued service. The member must have completed at least 15 qualifying years of service toward retired pay at age 60 and must not be eligible for an immediate annuity under any purely military retirement plan.

· Separation Pay: An involuntarily discharged or transferred member of the Selected Reserve who has between 6 and 15 years of service will be eligible for separation pay.

· Commissary and Exchange Privileges: A member of the Selected Reserve who is involuntarily discharged or transferred from the Selected Reserve will be authorized continued use of commissary and exchange stores under the Selected Reserve program for a period of two years from the date of their involuntary separation or October 23, 1992, whichever is later.

· Montgomery GI Bill Benefits: A member of the Selected Reserve who has received a notice of eligibility for Montgomery GI Bill benefits and who is involuntarily separated from the Selected Reserve between October 1, 1991, and September 30, 1999, will remain eligible for educational assistance for a 10-year period beginning on the date of initial eligibility.

· Priority Placement: Members of the Selected Reserve whose units or billets are inactivated will be given priority for affiliation in other Selected Reserve units or billets.

In addition, the following active duty voluntary separation incentives have been approved for use where needed to assist National Guardsmen and Reservists serving on full-time duty in support of the Guard and Reserve:

· Temporary Early Retirement Authority (TERA): Reserve members serving on active duty or full-time National Guard duty who have completed 15 or more years of active service and who meet specified grade, skill, years of service, and other eligibility criteria established by the Secretary of the Military Department may be eligible for early retirement.

· Voluntary Separation Incentive (VSI) and Special Separation Benefit (SSB): Reserve members serving on active duty or full-time National Guard duty who have completed 6 or more years of full-time service and who would not, upon separation, be immediately eligible for retired pay, may be eligible for VSI/SSB as determined by their Service.

These incentives, if required, will continue to be used to balance and shape the Reserve force by ensuring it includes the proper mix of age, grade, skills, and experience.


Updated: 15 Jun 1998