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The Army Reserves are an integral part of the United
States Army. The Army Reserves work together with the Active Army and the
National Guard both on American soil and on foreign soils. These reserves bring
in flexibility in the United States army.
Enlistment in Army Reserves calls for the following in the individual:-
1. Must be between the ages of 17-34
2. Must be a US citizen or registered alien
3. Healthy and in good physical condition
4. Have good moral values.
These reserves can acquire excellent training and job skills in a field of
his/her personal choice. They can at the same time pursue a civilian career
or continue their education with the supplementary income from the army. They
can maintain a good lifestyle for their own and make a retirement commitment.
The Army Reserves asks for an eight-year military
commitment. The reserves need to serve only one weekend per month and two weeks
in a year. If need be, he/she may have to serve full time. These troops help
in missions pertaining to peace, security and defending the United States, the
Commonwealth and their possessions. They also provide food, shelter, water,
medical treatment and other forms of civil support to the civilians in times
of emergencies and disasters. There are around 200,000 such soldiers serving
across the country.
Army Reserves offer training opportunities ranging from airborne
training, Military Intelligence, Military
Police, Medical and many more. No prior training is required to
join these reserves. One can either enlist or become an officer
through direct commission or through ROTC
or through Officer’s Candidate School (OCS). Students can
attend college while serving the army or attend specially designed
courses at accredited colleges or universities to suit the serving
soldiers. They can also join the Reserve Officer’s Training
Corps at their local college or university and on completion become
an army officer. An individual with a high school diploma or equivalent
(GED) along with a score of above 50 on the ASVAB is entitled for