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 »

Any U.S. citizen or resident alien between the ages of 17 and 35 can join the Army Reserve, and a high school diploma or General Educational Development certificate is mandatory. Applicants must pass a standard military ... More »

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According to Military OneSource, basic training for the Army Reserve consists of making changes to exercise, diet and etiquette. The site notes that the first 10 weeks of training are basic combat training, and after thi... More »

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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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Joining the Army Reserve begins by applying at GoArmy.com followed by taking the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery and the Military Entrance Processing Station medical exams. To be eligible, a person must be a U... More »

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The Army Reserve is a group of trained soldiers who are not considered active duty. They are often allowed to live civilian lifestyles, engaging in some form of military training on specific dates throughout the year. Ar... 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 »