Active Duty or Army Reserve?
Initial Military Training

Learn the differences between serving on active duty or in the Army Reserve.


Learn about these two types of Soldiers who together create the world’s strongest fighting force.

Careers & Jobs
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Army Cyber

Army Cyber is responsible for advancing Army technological superiority in the midst of changing threats in cyberspace.

Learn About Army Cyber
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Army Music

The Army Music program offers talented musicians a unique opportunity to do what they do best — play music.

Learn About Army Bands
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Army Chaplain Corps

U.S. Army Chaplains act as counselors and confidants to Soldiers seeking spiritual guidance.

Learn About Chaplain Corps

Army Law (JAG Corps)

The Judge Advocate General Corps is the Army's law firm. JAG Corps attorneys represent the Army in both criminal and civil legal matters.

Learn About Judge Advocate General Corps

Army Health Care (AMEDD)

The U.S. Army Medical Department is one of the largest and most advanced healthcare systems in the world.

Learn About Army Medical Department
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Special Forces

If you aspire to be counted among the most elite Soldiers the U.S. Army has to offer, a career in Special Forces may be for you.

Learn About U.S. Army Special Forces


The 75th Ranger Regiment is an elite Special Operations light infantry force.

Learn About Rangers

Army Linguist

The Army is always looking for Soldiers with the ability to speak foreign languages and understand cultures from around the world.

Learn About Linguist Careers
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Warrant Officers

Warrant Officers hold many of the same responsibilities of Officers, but they are also trained in a specific technical specialty.

Learn About Warrant Officers