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How does your civilian job affect your reserve AOC?

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by RNININF RNININF (New) New Nurse

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Still in the process of joining the reserve as a 66S, but wondered how your civilian job affects your reserve AOC? If you sign an initial contract for 3 years and some of these jobs have incentives attached to them and say a year or so in you decide to change jobs. For example if a critical care nurse took a position in the ED or OR or vice versa. What are the effects if any on your reserve class and contract? How often do the reserve units re-verify with your employer your actual employment and area of nursing? I know many nurses who move around frequently so I can imagine this is not an uncommon problem.

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None as far as I know. I was a 66M (ER) back when I was in the reserves and then changed to home health in the civilian world. All I had to do was keep me skills up. I knew some nurses in the reserves who did not work as a nurse and it did not effect their AOC. 

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