Figure 13-15.Release to Inactive Duty of USNR Personnel (Other than Fleet Reserve), NAVPERS 1910/30.
Under the Ex-Servicemens Unemployment
Compensation Act of 1958, the veteran maybe entitled
to unemployment compensation if he/she is unable to
find a job after returning to civilian life. Although this
Act was enacted by Federal statute, each state has
implemented the law as it pertains to the states
residents. Therefore, the amounts of benefits vary from
state to state.
Veterans must comply with requirements of state
unemployment compensation laws to be eligible for
unemployment pay benefits. Application for
Unemployment Compensation should be made at the
appropriate unemployment office where the veteran is
residing at the time.
SMALL BUSINESS LOANS
The Small Business Administration (SBA) has a
number of programs designed to help foster and
encourage small business enterprise, including
businesses owned or operated by veterans. SBA also
assists veterans to become the owners of their own small