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Social Security Benefits

Military Leave - Social Security Benefits

If you've served in active military duty or active duty for training as a member of the US uniformed services after 1956, your service counts toward Social Security for you and your family.
You receive credit to your Social Security for your base pay and the non-cash value of room and board.
If Social Security also covers your employment with the State, your coverage will continue uninterrupted while you're on military duty. For further details, please contact your local Social Security office.
  Updated: 4/24/2012
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