The motto of the United States Army is "This We'll Defend." The origins of the phrase can be traced back to the setting up of the War Office of the Continental Congress in 1777 during the Revolutionary War. More »

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The easiest way to join the United States Army is to visit a recruiter at an Army recruiting office. There is also an online application form, but it is only for pre-qualification and talking to a recruiter is still requ... More »

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"This we'll defend" is the official motto of the United States Army. It refers to the army's primary purpose of defending the country as one. It dates back to before the American Revolutionary War. More »

Some facts about the United States Army include that the army was officially founded on September 29, 1789, by Congress; President George Washington is largely responsible for the formation of the army; the Civil War is ... More »

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The United States Army is the ground branch and the largest of the military branches in the country. While the Army defends the land, the Navy defends the seas. More »

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"Chapters for discharges" refers to the legal reasons for administratively separating an enlisted soldier from the United States Army under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. The type of discharge the soldier receives... 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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