wrong, the military will buy back houses under certain conditions.
My father in-law returned to work for the miltiary (he is retired), However
in a more civilian manamgnent position. They bought his home in Stockton
Calf for him to move.
May be different being called back to active duty and may depend on rank,
But I would check to see if being called back to active duty after
retirement would be considered. And go higher than the paper pushers and see
what your options are.
~Zaitsev is correct. There is currently no program to buy back houses from
military members. Congress thought about it for about a minute this year
and did nothing. In addition, the program for buyback of civilian employees
is very limited.
The postion my father in-law works in the civilian role and the rank at
which he retired and all the brass he knows is sure to have had something to
do with them buying his house, and paid to move him.
One point is however, I run accross many people you get out of the military
not really knowing all the benifits they can get. Depends on the service,
rank, etc. However everyone who has had military duty should check into what
all the benifits are. Some may be entitled to VA benifits is serverd during
conflicts even if not retired, education benifits, etc.
I got spoiled being able to access some of the nicer commesary and PX on the
base near here so when I no longer had access priveledges I drag my mother
out there to shop sometimes since she still has access (father also retired
military). Just wish I would have made a carreer of it then, I could be
retired by now, almost retire from a civilian job too coming up in a few
Maybe that is the difference, My father in-law did not resume active duty,
just working with them in a civilian role, He is about 70 now, If you can
say being on the golf course half the time with the brass is work !
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