The US Army Reserve
The Army Reserve is an indispensable part of the United States defense strategy. The Army Reserves work in conjunction with the Active Army and the National Guard to ensure the safety and integrity of our Nation.
Reserve Pay & Benefits

Reserve soldiers earn what’s called Unit Training Pay. Unit Training Pay is money you earn while training on weekends and during full-time training events. Unit Training Pay is only part of your total pay as a Soldier in the Army Reserve. There are many other ways to earn additional money in the Army though allowances, bonuses and educational benefits.

Two Weeks a Year - One Weekend a Month
When you join the Army Reserve, you can serve your country and maintain a lifestyle all your own. While living near home you'll be a stronger person. A better citizen. And the world will see your strength.

As a Soldier in the Army Reserve, you can:

* Train close to home
* Earn an extra paycheck while serving
* Continue your civilian career
* Continue and help pay for your education
* Build a military retirement
* Gain valuable skills to enhance your civilian job
* Discipline your body and mind

7 Steps to Join
Step 1 - Is The Army Right For Me?
Any job or career change should be viewed objectively. Consider the life style, the job, location, benefits, and opportunities.

To be a U.S. Army Soldier is to be a part of the world's best fighting force. Soldiers spend their days training, working and serving together to protect America's freedoms. But they also have time after work for family, friends and personal interests. From recruitment to retirement, the U.S. Army provides a unique and diverse lifestyle for Soldiers.


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