If you are looking for a recruitment office, use goarmy.com's Locate Us page. It allows you to enter your area of interest and the type of recruiting officer with whom you want to speak. It then provides addresses and phone numbers of nearby offices based on your ZIP code.Continue Reading
Goarmy.com also offers online applications, information about the army and a virtual chat. U.S. Citizens living overseas can also e-mail the army through this website to get in touch with a recruiting officer. This site contains direct links to many useful army-related resources, including financial aid information, videos, career lists, discussion boards, contact information and social media.
Non-recruitment military offices can be harder to find. The Department of Defense maintains a military installations search engine that lists offices and state resources based on state or branch of the military. The purpose of this site is mainly to provide access to resources to active duty, guard and reserve members, so it also allows searching based on specific services. Most offices show on Google Maps as well but are organized based on location alone.
Offices outside the United States are harder to find. If you are looking for a specific international office that doesn't appear on the Department of Defense page, try a search on the Department of State's page. It lists consulates and embassies in addition to standard army offices.Learn more about Military