US Army Reserves

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Part-time

U.S. Army Reserve Command

You may be asking yourself, “What is the Army Reserve

The U.S. Army Reserve is for those that want to make a difference performing critical Army jobs while serving part time, close to home, while gaining an edge in their civilian careers.

The Army is the most powerful and sophisticated military force in the world. This force consists of two groups: active duty

Active duty Soldiers can receive leading edge training on over 150 career paths within the Army while receiving a competitive salary, free healthcare, 30 days vacation with pay, and numerous other benefits.

Soldiers and Soldiers in the Army Reserve

The U.S. Army Reserve is for those that want to make a difference performing critical Army jobs while serving part time, close to home, while gaining an edge in their civilian careers.

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ACTIVE DUTY VS RESERVE

What is the difference between active duty

Active duty Soldiers can receive leading edge training on over 150 career paths within the Army while receiving a competitive salary, free healthcare, 30 days vacation with pay, and numerous other benefits.
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and reserve?

Active duty
Active duty Soldiers can receive leading edge training on over 150 career paths within the Army while receiving a competitive salary, free healthcare, 30 days vacation with pay, and numerous other benefits.

is similar to working at a full-time job - with the Army - while the Army Reserve
The U.S. Army Reserve is for those that want to make a difference performing critical Army jobs while serving part time, close to home, while gaining an edge in their civilian careers.
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allows you to pursue a civilian career or attend college full-time and still serve your community and country. You can live where you want, receive medical benefits, educational benefits, tuition assistance, and build for retirement. In other words, in the Army Reserve

The U.S. Army Reserve is for those that want to make a difference performing critical Army jobs while serving part time, close to home, while gaining an edge in their civilian careers. you can continue your career or education while training close to home and standing ready to serve with your valuable job skills.

Army Reserve

The U.S. Army Reserve is for those that want to make a difference performing critical Army jobs while serving part time, close to home, while gaining an edge in their civilian careers.
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Soldiers serve the nation in the following ways:

HOMELAND SECURITY
When active duty

Active duty Soldiers can receive leading edge training on over 150 career paths within the Army while receiving a competitive salary, free healthcare, 30 days vacation with pay, and numerous other benefits.

Soldiers deploy overseas, Army Reserve

The U.S. Army Reserve is for those that want to make a difference performing critical Army jobs while serving part time, close to home, while gaining an edge in their civilian careers.

Soldiers often fill their positions at home, serving as drill sergeants, instructors and security personnel. In the event of national disasters such as hurricanes or flooding, Army Reserve

The U.S. Army Reserve is for those that want to make a difference performing critical Army jobs while serving part time, close to home, while gaining an edge in their civilian careers.

Soldiers are on the scene to support humanitarian and relief operations.

Homeland Security careers include:

  • Water Treatment Specialist (92W)
  • Civil Affairs Specialist (38B)

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Soldiers in the Army Reserve

The U.S. Army Reserve is for those that want to make a difference performing critical Army jobs while serving part time, close to home, while gaining an edge in their civilian careers.

use their civilian and military training to safeguard the nation’s data and develop secure communications technologies. They also maintain, process and troubleshoot military information systems.

IT careers include:

  • Information Technology Specialist (25B)
  • Multichannel Transmission Systems Operator-Maintainer (25Q)

BIOHAZARD PROTECTION
The Army Reserve

The U.S. Army Reserve is for those that want to make a difference performing critical Army jobs while serving part time, close to home, while gaining an edge in their civilian careers.
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responds to chemical and biological threats, and provides biohazard training to federal agencies. Army Reserve

The U.S. Army Reserve is for those that want to make a difference performing critical Army jobs while serving part time, close to home, while gaining an edge in their civilian careers.
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Soldiers play a crucial role in the maintenance and supervision of nuclear, biological and chemical detection, and decontamination equipment.

Biohazard Protection careers include:

  • Chemical Operations Specialist (74D)
  • Quartermaster and Chemical Equipment Repairer (91J)

LOGISTICS
Soldiers in the Army Reserve

The U.S. Army Reserve is for those that want to make a difference performing critical Army jobs while serving part time, close to home, while gaining an edge in their civilian careers.

operate the transportation and supply systems that keep the Army in motion, supplying troops around the world with everything from Stryker vehicles to mail from home.

Logistics careers include:

  • Motor Transport Operator (88M)
  • Transportation Management Coordinator (88N)

CIVIL AFFAIRS
During times of both war and peace, Soldiers in the Army Reserve

The U.S. Army Reserve is for those that want to make a difference performing critical Army jobs while serving part time, close to home, while gaining an edge in their civilian careers.

help countries establish or restore governmental institutions and functions. To support this effort, the Army Reserve

The U.S. Army Reserve is for those that want to make a difference performing critical Army jobs while serving part time, close to home, while gaining an edge in their civilian careers.
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trains cultural experts to coordinate with local populations.

Civil Affairs careers include:

  • Public Affairs Specialist (46Q)
  • Engineer Officer (12)

MILITARY INFORMATION SUPPORT OPERATIONS
In times of peace as well as times of crisis and conflict, Army Reserve

The U.S. Army Reserve is for those that want to make a difference performing critical Army jobs while serving part time, close to home, while gaining an edge in their civilian careers.
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Soldiers support Military Support Operations. Psychological Operations Specialists assist foreign governments, militaries and civilian populations. They analyze, develop and distribute information designed to positively influence the attitudes and behavior of foreign populations in a manner favorable to friendly forces.

Operations careers include:

  • Psychological Operations Specialist (37F)
  • Human Intelligence Collector (35M)

MEDICAL SERVICES
The Army Reserve

The U.S. Army Reserve is for those that want to make a difference performing critical Army jobs while serving part time, close to home, while gaining an edge in their civilian careers.
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staffs most of the Army’s hospitals, triage centers, clinics and field medical-care units. As you might expect, the medical capabilities of Army Reserve

The U.S. Army Reserve is for those that want to make a difference performing critical Army jobs while serving part time, close to home, while gaining an edge in their civilian careers.

Soldiers often exceed active duty

Active duty Soldiers can receive leading edge training on over 150 career paths within the Army while receiving a competitive salary, free healthcare, 30 days vacation with pay, and numerous other benefits.
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Medical Service careers include:

  • Operating Room Specialist (68D)
  • Veterinary Corps Officer (64)

Job Types: Part-time, Contract