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Thanks for the additional information. A DD214 is issued to soldiers who were on active duty. They are not necessarily issued to reservists.
In order to determine what benefits you are entitled to, you do need to get your equivalent of a DD214. Here is a form for you to order this: http://www.archives.gov/research/order/standard-form-180.pdf
You are probably eligible for burial benefits. It does not appear that you would be eligible for medical benefits, because you were not activated.
You may be eligible for a VA loan guaranty:
"If you are not otherwise eligible and you have completed a total of 6 years in the Selected Reserves or National Guard (member of an active unit, attended required weekend drills and 2-week active duty for training) and
Individuals who completed less than 6 years may be eligible if discharged for a service-connected disability."
Here are some additional benefits that you may be entitled to: http://www.vba.va.gov/VBA/ Unfortunately, I can't tell you for certain what benefits you are entitled to without your discharge paperwork.