Learn about Army history, leadership, organization, operations, career management and much more on the official U.S. Army web site.
Find Your Strength...from Blackhawk Pilot to Sniper, find out what interests you
Are you interested in joining the US Army? This site contains information on how you can join the US Army. You can find a recruiter in your area and look up the different opportunities the Army offers.
LOS BENEFICIOS DEL ARMY pueden empezar para ti hoy mismo y durar el resto de su vida. Algunos de ellos no tienen precio. Otros valen dinero en efectivo.
Recruitment information on the Army Reserves including the requirements, benefits, and contact information.
Official Army National Guard Public Website information and topics managed by the ARNG Directorate in Arlington Virginia.
This site includes an overview of Army ROTC, scholarship information, school searches, incentive programs, and details on the Army ROTC Nurse Officer Program.
The Judge Advocate General's Corps is our nation's oldest law firm, playing a critical role in the defense of our nation. The JAG Corps provides opportunities to serve your country and pursue a legal career, including summer internship programs.
Homepage gateway for admissions. Candidates must receive a nomination from a member of Congress or from the Department of the Army.
If you are currently an Army National Guard (ARNG) soldier or spouse, the ARNG Institute will help you achieve your personal academic goals. This site offers career advice, degree programs, and education benefits to ARNG soldiers.
Be a full-time soldier and earn credits towards a degree. Find information about every part of the degree-seeking process, from high school completion to college or technical degree - including how to pay for it!
Army University Access Online is an educational initiative that is part of a series of dynamic changes that is transforming the Army. It provides eligible soldiers with access to over 3000 online courses.
COOL (Credentialing Opportunities On-Line) explains how Army Soldiers can meet civilian certification and license requirements related to their Military Occupational Specialties (MOSs).
Supporting America's Army - Active, National Guard, Reserve, Civilians, Retirees and family members