Reservists are presently entitled to a "seperation allowance":
for 10-20 years service, half of one weeks‘ pay for each year served; and
for 20 or more years of service, one full weeks‘ pay for each year served.
A pension for reservists has been "in the works" ever since I joined (in 1977) - I‘m not holding my breath, nor do I believe it will be "fair" (presently, part-time federal civil servants can contribute to and receive a pension based on their contributions - typists, janitors, etc. - unfortunately the braintrust in Ottawa did not see any reason to extend this benefit to part-time military personnel ... and I don‘t mean the civil service - "we‘ve" been shooting ourselves in the foot).