Bonus Buddies and Legal Help

Manning, Elizabeth H.
February 2007
Officer;Feb2007, Vol. 83 Issue 2, p64
The article presents news briefs of interest to U.S. military reservists. The U.S. Army has increased its reward in its Referral Bonus Pilot Program to $2,000. Those who are eligible to refer are Reserve Component, Army retirees and Active Duty Soldiers. Meanwhile, Missouri law firms and state agencies have partnered with George Mason University's School of Law in Virginia to establish a law clinic to provide free legal assistance to military members on active duty and their families.


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