As of 2014, basic training for the U.S. Army lasts for 10 weeks. Soldiers may spend a week or two prior to and following basic training for in-processing and out-processing at the basic camp training facility. The primar... More »

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Army Reserve basic training is 10 weeks long, the same as training for active duty members of the Army. After the initial 10-week training program, reservists continue to train for one weekend each month to keep their sk... More »

A soldier must be able to pass the Basic Training Physical Fitness Test, which is a three-part test consisting of push-ups, sit-ups and a 2-mile run. For example, a male who is between the ages of 17 and 21 must be able ... More »

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Army Reserve basic training is 10 weeks long, the same as training for active duty members of the Army. After the initial 10-week training program, reservists continue to train for one weekend each month to keep their sk... More »

Army doctors begin with the same medical training as any physician. They also receive additional training that is specific to the armed forces. More »

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HIPAA training for the Army refers to the training given to military personnel on protecting confidential health records, according to the Defense Health Agency. The training is typically offered through the Web-based Mi... More »

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Basic training, or boot camp, for the United States Army is a 10-week training course that is designed to transform civilians into soldiers, according to the Army's website. Basic combat training teaches the seven core A... More »

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