U.S. Army It's having individual strength and the support of an unstoppable team. It's you at your best. With training, technology and support, you will become stronger, smarter and better prepared for the challenges you face. You will gain invaluable skills, experience and the opportunity to use them while working in a challenging environment. Being a Soldier also means upholding the ideals set forth in the U.S. Constitution, and becoming a respected part of your community. You will discover a life filled with adventure and meet other smart, motivated people like you. Because the strength of the U.S. Army doesn't only lie in numbers, it lies in you, An Army of One. If you want to stop thinking about your future and start living it, you're ready to become An Army of One. There are two ways to serve in the U.S. Army. Serve full-time in Active Duty as an Enlisted Soldier or Officer. Or serve part-time as an Enlisted Soldier or Officer in the Army Reserve. How to enlist with the U.S. Army Active Duty and Army Reserve. Find out how you will become one of the best-trained Soldiers in the world. From private to general, find out how to identify a Soldier's rank. Find Army Posts within the continental United States. Soldiers lead a full life on and off the job. Learn about all the benefits that service in the Army can offer. The United States Army Reserve is the supporting force in the U.S. Army. There are over 200,000 Soldiers across the country that serve in the Army Reserve and maintain a lifestyle all their own. As a Soldier in the Army Reserve, you'll gain training and job skills you can't get anywhere else that will help you no matter what path you take in life. While serving as little as only one weekend a month and two weeks a year in the Reserve, you can:
*Continue your civilian career
*Serve close to home
*Continue and help pay for your education
*Earn an extra paycheck while serving
*Gain valuable skills that will enhance your civilian job
*Keep your body and mind disciplined.
If you are thinking about your future and want to do something about it, then you're ready to become An Army of One in the Army Reserve. There are two paths to becoming a Soldier in the U.S. Army Reserve: Enlist in the Army Reserve or become an officer. To find out more, contact a Recruiter, or apply now on StarkJobs.com. Learn about the enlistment process one step at a time. Learn about education benefits, cash bonuses and lifestyle benefits.