What is the U.S. Army Reserves?
The Army Reserve is a division of the Army that lets you serve your country on a part-time basis, while picking up valuable career skills and staying in your community.
One weekend a month, plus two weeks a year
Part-time service means you serve at least one weekend per month and two additional weeks per year, with the ability to scale up or down depending on your life and career needs.
Serve close to home
Army Reserve Soldiers typically serve within 90 minutes from home.
Ways you can serve
The Army Reserve offers more than 100 different jobs that provide valuable training and experience for your long-term life goals, in addition to being a well-trained Soldier.
Cryptologic Linguist, Multimedia Illustrator, Intelligence Analyst and more.
Animal Care Specialist, Firefighter, Medical Logistics Specialist and more.
Technical Engineer, Geospatial Engineer, Quarrying Specialist and more.
Aviation Officer, Parachute Rigger, Watercraft Operator and more.
To help support their civilian income, Army Reserve Soldiers earn competitive pay for their monthly unit training and annual field training. And salary increases as you climb in rank and years of experience.
If you're currently in college or planning to attend, being a full-time student is more than possible in the Army Reserve. You can even qualify for tuition assistance to help fund college tuition or pay off your loans.
You and your family can get low-cost health, dental and life insurance. You'll also gain access to the Army's world-class medical care.
Job Type: Part-time
Salary: $300.00 to $7,500.00 /month