Some Army Reserve units in North Carolina are located in Asheville, Charlotte, Fort Bragg, Greensboro and Raleigh. Army Reserve units are training camps that groom and equip soldiers for operational combat. There are more than 11,000 soldiers in Army Reserve units in North Carolina.
The Army Reserve unit in Asheville has 285 troop program units, as of 2015, while Charlotte has 587 troop program units. Fort Bragg, North Carolina, is one of the largest United States Army Reserve camps in the world. Fort Bragg is also the headquarters of the United States Army Reserve, and its commander is Jeffrey W. Talley. The Army Reserve unit in Greensboro has 551 troop program units, and Raleigh has 758 troop program units.