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Frequently Asked Questions: A veteran has a DD Form 214 and served on active duty between the Korean War and the Vietnam War, then served the remainder of their service obligation in the Inactive Reserves or as a member of a reserve unit. See answer for remainder of question.

Question

A veteran has a DD Form 214 and served on active duty between the Korean War and the Vietnam War, then served the remainder of their service obligation in the Inactive Reserves or as a member of a reserve unit.  See answer for remainder of question. 

Answer

The reserve service was during the Vietnam War.  Does the veteran qualify for the Veterans Exemption program?
 
Not necessarily.  Service in the Inactive Reserves or in a Reserve unit during the Vietman War is not enough to qualify for the exemption.  The veteran must have served on active duty at some point during the conflict.

Date Posted

11/16/2012 

Submitted By

Mark Johnson, TSG 

Subject

Veterans 
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Created at 11/16/2012 11:38 AM  by Mark Johnson 
Last modified at 11/21/2012 2:26 PM  by Mark Johnson