Discussion in 'ROTC' started by green4life, Nov 22, 2010.
S is NROTC/MO, his ID card says NAVAL RESERVE. does he have commissary privileges?
Historically reservists ID cards are only usable when accompanied by orders stating "active duty status". I am sure I didnt use the formal words, but jest-during those periods of active duty - as student - those summer training weeks, or as reservists doing their 1 weekend a month - the member can use all privileges.
I do not know if its different now -my son is NROTC cadet - too has the reservist ID card -I understood from his unit llast year, that it would only be effective while on active duty - someone else will probably correct this information for you - but that is my understanding- larrys mom
Larry -- isn't NROTC, non-enlisted officer in training called a midshipman? AFAIK, cadet refers to Army ROTC.
When my son was home this summer he was able to use his ID at the commissary store.
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