54 employees reported this benefit
contribute more on TSP is better than 401k and other financial institutes
Good pension plan but would have to stay in the army
After 20 years in the Army Reserves you can retire and receive your benefits after 60 years.
The Army offers a defined benefit pension that is based on years of service. Twenty years of full-time active duty service results in receiving 50% of basic pay for the rest of your life. The disadvantage is that you must meet or exceed 20 years to get anything at all. After qualifying for the basic retirement, an additional 2.5% is added per year to a maximum of 75% at 30 years of service!
Military pension plan is one of the things to look forward to after 20 years
Not to bad. They are starting to keep up with industry standards.
Good work environment. The command hears my suggestions. I hear theirs. The hours are good. I work with some intelligent people.
the worst thing is getting the retirement after 65 years of age.
Cheap and very good service
100 percent benefits if complete 20 plus years. only downfall is that you have to wait till 65. full medical and dental coverage with the perk.