Relocation Assistance

Army National Guard: State Active Duty

Benefit Fact Sheet

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Under USC 10 §1056, help is available for Military members and, where applicable, their Families to manage service-required relocation by providing standardized information and services through various coordinated relocation assistance programs.


Army National Guard Soldiers on state active duty are not entitled to relocation allowances or services.  Army Community Service (ACS) Centers provide relocation assistance to members of the Army National Guard and their Families when serving on extended federal active duty orders.

Army National Guard Soldiers are not entitled to permanent change of station (PCS) benefits unless orders specifically authorize PCS allowances.  However, Soldiers serving in the AGR program are entitled to PCS allowances outlined in the "Regular Army: Active Duty" fact sheet.

Additional Information

For more information on the Relocation Readiness Program, please visit:

In addition, contact information for Relocation Assistance offices on Army installations may be located on the Military Resource Locator Library on MyArmyBenefits:

Defense Travel Management: 

Defense Personal Property Program:

Army Regulation 608-1, Army Community Service: 

Army Housing Online User Services:

Document Review Date: 16 August 2023