What is my REAP (Chapter 1607) eligibility if I’m released early due to disability?

Members released early for a disability incurred or aggravated in the line of duty may receive REAP (Chapter 1607) benefits at the following rates:

Active Duty Service Prior to Disability Release % of 3 Yr MGIB-AD (Chapter 30) Rate
Less than 1 year 40%
1 year but less than 2 years 60%
2 or more continuous years 80%

The member is entitled to REAP (Chapter 1607) benefits for 10 years from the date of eligibility.

For more information about REAP (Chapter 1607), please click here.

View current payment rates here.

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