The Official site of the U.S. Army Reserve, the federal military reserve force of the United States. Globally engaged for more than 15 consecutive years of war, the Army Reserve has been, and continues to be, an essential element of the Total Army and the Joint Force.
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2290th US Army Hospital 229th AHB 1st Cavalry 229th Military Intelligence ... 4215th United States Army Hospital (USAH) 421st Medical Company (Air Ambulance) 423rd MP ... Army Reserve Sustainment Command ARMY SECURITY AGENCY (ASA) ARNG of Maryland ...
U.S. Army Reserve pilots Deployment Assistance Teams for RFX units October 23, 2018 Building stronger bonds away from home December 11, 2018 Army Reserve division weathers multi-unit DSCA exercise ...
The United States Army Reserve Command commands all of America's Army Reserve units. U.S. Army Reserve Command 4710 Knox Street, Fort Bragg, N.C. 28310-5010 . Geographic Commands. 1st Mission Support Command Wilson Road, BLDG 353-1 Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico 00934 Media Inquiries: 787-707-4988:
The 655th Regional Support Group is on ground at ASA Dix, conducting Pre-deployment Training for Operation Spartan Shield. The Soldiers of the 655th are based out of Westover ARB, Massachusetts and are commanded by COL Jimmey W. Todd JR and CSM Daniel Buckley.
The United States Army Reserve (USAR) is the reserve force of the United States Army.Together, the Army Reserve and the Army National Guard constitute the Army element of the Reserve components of the United States Armed Forces.. On 30 June 2016, Lieutenant General Charles D. Luckey became the 33rd Chief of Army Reserve, and Commanding General, United States Army Reserve Command (USARC).
The branch trains reserve soldiers in a variety of areas, including aviation, engineering, medicine, communications and logistics. Some types of units, including theater engineer commands, civil affairs commands, maneuver support and sustainment, and biological-agent defense units, exist only in the Army Reserve and not the full-time Army branch.
The Army Reserve allows you to serve part-time in the military and live anywhere in the United States. Members of the Army Reserve are able to maintain civilian jobs while earning benefits. Learn what it’s like in the Army Reserve including pay, programs, training and contract lengths.
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