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United States Soldiers - Pensions

 
 
gollum
 
Reply Mon 18 May, 2009 04:25 am
How many years of active service does a soldier in the United States Armed Forces need to receive a pension? How old does he have to be to collect?
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snood
 
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Reply Mon 18 May, 2009 06:19 am
@gollum,
20 years of active service is the norm. There are instances when an individual can apply for and get an early retirement after 15 years with a reduction in the monthly payments received, but in general 20 years is the norm. There is no specific minimum or maximum age required to receive a pension that I've heard.
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boomerang
 
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Reply Mon 18 May, 2009 06:48 am
You also have to serve several years at a specific rank (three?) before you can collect the pension from that rank.
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