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Title 10 Activation
Last Post 19 Feb 2010 01:17 PM by TXCG09. 9 Replies.
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05 Feb 2010 01:56 PM
    Can someone explain this to me?

    Someone in the recruiter's officer (not the recruiter, I'm not sure who he was) was explaining it like reservists could volunteer under title 10 and do 1-2 years of active duty. Is that true, or is Title 10 just a way for the President to call up troops during a national emergency?

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    06 Feb 2010 06:27 AM
    Title 10 is where reservists are put on active duty orders. We have a lot of them at my unit right now and some have been here for like 5 years. I am not a reservist and I don't know TOO much on the specifics, but title 10 IS active duty orders without president's call.


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    17 Feb 2010 02:50 AM
    Does anyone know how this works? Are these active duty orders voluntary or involuntary?

    Thanks.

    Sorry for all the questions...
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    17 Feb 2010 05:13 PM
    Jessica07 said... Sorry for all the questions...
    Don't apologize for asking questions.

    I'll talk to some reservists I know, get you the straight scoop from the lion's mouth. Stand by.


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    17 Feb 2010 09:45 PM
    Thanks, I appreciate it.
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    18 Feb 2010 12:53 AM
    Title 10 orders are executed to activate reservists for specific missions (i.e. Hurricane Katrina, Earthquake in Haiti). The orders can be voluntary, more often than not they are mandatory. Something terrible happens, high command activates X number of Reservists, until they are no longer needed.

    I hope that helps.


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    18 Feb 2010 01:05 AM
    Ok, that makes sense. Thanks.
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    18 Feb 2010 01:42 AM
    Actually, one more question (for the moment anyway...)

    The bolded parts of these quotes seem to contradict each other. Is what TXCG09 refers to actually Title 10, or something else?

    TXCG09 said...
    Title 10 is where reservists are put on active duty orders. We have a lot of them at my unit right now and some have been here for like 5 years. I am not a reservist and I don't know TOO much on the specifics, but title 10 IS active duty orders without president's call.


    Gears said...
    Title 10 orders are executed to activate reservists for specific missions (i.e. Hurricane Katrina, Earthquake in Haiti). The orders can be voluntary, more often than not they are mandatory. Something terrible happens, high command activates X number of Reservists, until they are no longer needed.

    I hope that helps.


    Thanks again for putting up with all my questions smile
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    18 Feb 2010 02:47 AM
    Title 10 orders can be very broad. I don't know all of the details. I've never been a reservist. But, I have met reservists on Title 10 orders for extended periods. It all depends on the needs of the service.


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    19 Feb 2010 01:17 PM
    The Title 10 guys are here for a specific reason. They are boat forces for specific missions at my unit that I can not say online. I am sorry for the confusion... I know they are starting to demobilize some guys here on Title 10 and they're planning to bring some more in. I am active duty so I try not to confuse myself with the specifics of reservists lol.


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