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The US Army provides paid vacation and holidays.
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30 days time off per year. 30 days! Paid.
30 days paid leave a year is a great benefit.
30 days of leave accrued per year
30 days of paid vacation of year with the ability to accrue up to 90 days paid time off.
It's generally great to be able to take leave whenever, but only will the command group youre in will you actually get to use those days
Thirty days of accrual annually, will pay back for unused days
Thirty paid leave days a year is hard to beat. You would be hard pressed to find that in the civilian world.
From the time of starting training, you will start accruing paid leave time. You will accrue 30 days a year and can sell them back when separating from the Army.
Great benefits for reservist so you are only committing one weekend a month and two weeks out of the year.
Putting in leave can be easy/difficult