2. Post 9/11 G.I. Bill: Contains information about VA education benefit programs, including the GI Bill, Tuition Assistance, Veterans Educational Assistance and other VA programs.
3. Student Loan Repayment: Find out about the Student Loan Repayment Program, which can help pay back loans for education if you are eligible.
1. Basic Training: Want to know what Basic Training will be like? Click here for a week by week description of the 9 week training.
2. Advanced Individual Training: After you complete Basic Combat Training, you’re ready for the next step. Advanced Individual Training (AIT) is where you will learn the skills to perform your Army job. Find out what this training is all about.
3. Structured Self Development: The Army Learning Management System (ALMS) is a Web-based information system that delivers training to Soldiers, manages training information, provides training collaboration, scheduling, and career planning capabilities in both resident and non-resident training environments.
4. Training Questions & Answers: The Army Training Help Desk (ATHD) is designed to answer all your training support questions. There is a database of previously asked questions and answers, and a way to submit your own question to the Army Training Support Center. They will investigate your question and reply via e-mail. Go to the FAQ tab and then type in your question.
5. Ongoing Training: Get the basic overview of what military training is available for reserve Soldiers, including leadership training, unit training, and specialized schools.
Officer Corps Training
2. Officer Candidate School (OCS): Are you interested in becoming an officer? Find out about Officer Candidate School and what you need to do to go there.
3. West Point: Are you interested in finding out more about the United States Military Academy at West Point? Click here to find out about admissions, cadet life, the "West Point Experience", and more.
Additional Career Programs
1. Career Guidance Information: In the Active Guard Reserve you can serve full time and enjoy the same benefits and entitlements of an Active Duty soldier, including full commissary and post exchange privileges, medical care for yourself and your immediate family and the opportunity for immediate retirement after 20 years of Active Service.
2. Promotions and Boards: Find out what opportunities you have to earn professional and trade certifications, which will give you specialized skills and help in a civilian career.
3. Active Guard Reserve (AGR): In the Active Guard Reserve you can serve full time and enjoy the same benefits and entitlements of an Active Duty soldier, including full commissary and post exchange privileges, medical care for yourself and your immediate family and the opportunity for immediate retirement after 20 years of Active Service. Find out more on the U.S. Army Human Resources Command Website
4. GoArmy.com: The Army Reserve makes sure you and your family are taken care of. As a Soldier in the Army Reserve, you’ll earn money for education, cash bonuses, discounted health care and more.