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Nothing in military law establishes an entitlement in a divorce, whether you've been married 2 years or 20 years. Those determinations are made by state courts based on their own processes.
All military laws do is grant state courts the legal right to divide military retirement in a divorce, if they see fit. It doesn't mandate it. Given that short time frame for the marriage, it is most likely she'd get nothing in the divorce.
Now, while you remain married, you owe her your BAH (or an amount equal to what your non-locality BAH would be fore your rank) if she is not living in government housing. If she is in government housing right now waiting for the divorce, she isn't entitled to anything. This is just while your divorce is pending, called spousal support under AR
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