Active Duty is similar to working at a full-time civilian job. There are hours when, as a Soldier, you will be training or performing your job, and then there are off-hours when you can do what you like. For an Active Duty Soldier, your length of service can range from two to six years. Typical deployments are 12 months in length, and after six months, Soldiers are usually eligible for a two-week Rest & Relaxation (R&R) leave. The exact length of deployment depends on each unit’s specific mission.
Active Duty -is a full time commitment. In many ways it is like having a full-time civilian job. A soldier’s day is divided into work and off-hours. The length of service for Active Duty ranges from two to six years.
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