The U.S. Army Reserve provides lists of units for each command at its official website. Each command has its own page and lists its units in the sidebar. The pages also provide information on the history, leadership, mis... More »

Information on joining the U.S. Army Reserves can be obtained from the Army's official website. This includes details about earning a master's degree, benefits and specific jobs available in the unit, as well as details ... More »

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You can locate an Army Reserve unit through the official United States Army Reserve website. As of 2015, click on the Commands tab on the home page at www.usar.army.mil. Select among Operational/Functional, Support and T... More »

You can locate an Army Reserve unit through the official United States Army Reserve website. As of 2015, click on the Commands tab on the home page at www.usar.army.mil. Select among Operational/Functional, Support and T... More »

The U.S. Army chain of command begins at the top with the sitting president, who is considered the commander-in-chief of all the nation's armed forces. The president is then followed by the Joint Chiefs of Staff, particu... More »

As of 2015, there are multiple lists of active U.S. Army generals available online. The Army's official website at Army.mil details the top commanding figures of the branch, and Wikipedia.com features comprehensive lists... More »

About.com hosts a comprehensive list of medals awarded by the U.S. Army as of 2015, which include the Medal of Honor, the Distinguished Service Cross and the Purple Heart. More than 80 individual types of medals exist, m... More »

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