The Sanctuary Program as defined by Title 10 of the United States Code, is a federal program designed to protect military service members from being forced to leave military service when they are within two years of attaining enough service to qualify for an active duty retirement.Who is not eligible for a reserve sanctuary?
Officers who are discharged or transferred from an active participating status for physical disability, for cause, or because they have reached the age at which transfer from an active participating status or discharge is required by law are not eligible for reserve sanctuary under Title 10 U.S.C. § 12646.Who is under Title 10 of the US Code?
Federal authority over servicemembers falls under Title 10 of the U.S. Code. These laws apply to active duty, reservists, and Guard members who are ordered to federal-level active duty for federal-level missions. Funding comes from the federal government.Is there an ANG claim for sanctuary protection?
Attachment 6 - ANG CLAIM FOR SANCTUARY PROTECTION (Invoked on T10 or T32 MPA, ADOS or ST tour absent a waiver in place) Members are accessed into the AFR Active Guard/Reserve (AGR) Program.