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If you're a Warrant Officer in America's Army Reserve, you need to get the Double Eagle App and follow the Warrant Officer channel. Find out more in this video.
U.S. Army Reserve Double Eagle App: 6 Leader Book feature Only Army Reserve leaders have access to a feature called the Leader Book, which may be accessed via the Dashboard homepage or Settings. The Leader Book allows leaders to enter Military, Health & Fitness, Education & Employment and Personal information for Soldiers under their command as well as schedule meetings and make notes.
U.S. Army Reserve Double Eagle App: 5 ACFT feature The ACFT button on the dashboard provides Soldiers direct access to the latest updates on the ACFT on the Army Reserve website. Soldiers can scroll view articles, guidelines and videos about the ACFT live on the Army Reserve website.
U.S. Army Reserve Double Eagle App: 4 Refer a Friend feature Soldiers can easily refer a civilian interested in joining the Army Reserve team to a recruiter via the “Refer A Friend” button. To access the form: 1. Select the ‘Refer a Friend’ button 2. Direct the civilian to fill out the referral form fields: First Name, Last Name and Email. 3. Select ‘Contact a Recruiter’ 4. The civilian will then be contacted by a recruiter
U.S. Army Reserve Double Eagle App: 3 Channels feature The Channels feature is the messaging tool of the Double Eagle App. Each unit of the Army Reserve has a channel for direct communication as well as a specific Family Readiness Group, but users can also send direct or group messages to any other users on the app. Under Channels, Soldiers and Family & Friends can see all threads they have, even if they were started through other avenues, such as the Nearby tool or the Leaderbook. Channels can be deleted by the user, or may be automatically deleted by app administrators at their discretion.
U.S. Army Reserve Double Eagle App Check Ins feature: The Check In feature has two uses: general check ins, which are available during events and training, and emergency check ins, which are available during emergency situations. Both are triggered by location and require only one simple action from Soldiers: click the check in button. If Soldiers complete 20 check ins, they receive the status “Super Trainer.” *Users will only be notified of check ins if location services and notifications are enabled.
U.S. Army Reserve Double Eagle App Nearby feature: From the Dashboard, Soldiers may access the “Nearby” feature. This feature shows other Soldiers and resources within the area, allowing Soldiers and Family & Friends to connect with each other and support resources. Location services are voluntary, and users can opt-in or opt-out at any time Locations are generalized within 6 to 10 miles and the app does not store location information, provide directions or share it with any other applications, ensuring the safety and security of users.
Learn about the new Double Eagle App from the U.S. Army Reserve — a great resource for Army Reserve leaders, Soldiers, Family members, and Department of the Army Civilians to allow for up-to-date information about the Army Reserve. Go to https://www.usar.army.mil/DoubleEagleApp/ to learn more.
Lt. Gen. Charles D. Luckey, chief of Army Reserve and commanding general, U.S. Army Reserve Command, introduces the U.S. Army Reserve Double Eagle App, an exciting new resource for Soldiers and their Families.
Learn about the new Double Eagle App from the U.S. Army Reserve — a great resource for Army Reserve leaders, Soldiers, Family members, and Department of the Army Civilians to allow for up-to-date information about the Army Reserve.

The Double Eagle App keeps Army Reserve leaders, Soldiers, Family members, and Department of the Army Civilians up to date on information about the Army Reserve.

With the Army Reserve's Double Eagle App (DE App) you can:

  • Users can refer prospective Future Soldiers to a recruiter through the DE App.  By activating the "Refer a Friend" feature button in the app, the user will be taken to an informational resource about opportunities in the Army Reserve, and then to Army Reserve recruiters through their fillable contact form for follow-up recruiting.
  • Share your location and find other Soldiers, Family members, DA civilians, and Volunteers.  You can disseminate information about upcoming Family Programs meetings and events.
  • Create or message a group for your own team, similar to apps like "GroupMe" or "WhatsApp."
  • Send push notification messages to user created groups, or structured discussion boards.  This allows you to communicate with your group in an open or closed format to provide information or schedule events.
  • Emergency Safety Check feature enables leaders or administrators to reach Soldiers by area or assignment.
  • 'Check-in’ when you arrive at a new duty station, exercise, operational event, Family Readiness function or other event.
  • When a Soldier arrives on the ground at a training event, they will receive a specific information push notification “Check In” with command information.
  • Whether general messaging or Double Eagle Six Traffic information is blasted to the Soldier, a range of multi-media can be sent, including photos and videos from Lt. Gen. Charles D. Luckey, Chief of Army Reserve and Commanding General, U.S. Army Reserve Command.
  • Compete in Challenges among a large group or select few Soldiers.
  • Create and participate in live polling that will show performance metrics.
  • Access Army Reserve Resources as a “One Stop Shop” using the “Resources” tab.

 

Why You Should Download the Double Eagle App:

 

  • Leaderbook - Leaders will be able to manage information, message and send out alerts based on subordinate Soldier data.
  • Soldiers will be able to utilize the “Resources” capability to access resources including self-help, mental health, veteran assistance POCs, and training reference information.
  • Soldiers will be able to access discussion boards based on general staff functions (G-staffs), Major Commands, and Soldier Support systems (Family Programs, Suicide Prevention, SHARP) will provide professional discussion, push information including standards, training guidance, and resources.

Double Eagle App Code of Conduct:

 

A. By agreeing to these Terms, you are agreeing that, when using the Chat and Discussion, whether a Soldier, Family Member, civilian employee, volunteer or other type of DE App user, you will follow these rules:

I.  Don’t do anything illegal. 

II.  Don’t be disrespectful and always be professional- Always keep in mind that the DE App is a professional discussion platform with the same duties and obligations to abide by the rules of Military Bearing and Respect as using face-to-face professional communication or while on duty. 

III.  Don’t engage in any activity that exploits, harms, or threatens to harm children. 

IV.  Don’t send spam. Spam is unwanted or unsolicited bulk email, postings, contact requests, SMS (text messages), or instant messages. 

V.  Don’t publicly display or use the Services to share inappropriate content or material (involving, for example, nudity, pornography, offensive language, graphic violence, or criminal activity, or any content that is similar in nature). 

VI.  Don’t engage in activity that is fraudulent, false or misleading (e.g., asking for money under false pretenses, impersonating someone else, manipulating the Services to increase play count, or affect rankings, ratings, or comments). 

VII.  Don’t circumvent any restrictions on access to or availability of the Services. 

VIII.  Don’t engage in activity that is harmful to you, the Army Reserve, the DE App, or others (e.g., transmitting viruses, stalking, posting terrorist content, communicating hate speech, or advocating violence against others). 

IX.  Don’t infringe upon the rights of others (e.g., unauthorized sharing of copyrighted music or other copyrighted material, resale or other distribution of Bing maps, or photographs). 

X.  Don’t engage in activity that violates the privacy of others. Don’t help others break these rules.

B. Enforcement:

I.  This application is subject to monitoring by the U.S. Army Reserve:

If you violate these Terms, we may block your account and/or report you to your chain of command for violating UCMJ. We may also block delivery of a communication (like email, file sharing or instant message) to or from the DE App in an effort to enforce these Terms or we may remove or refuse to publish Your Content for any reason. When investigating alleged violations of these Terms, we reserve the right to review Your Content in order to resolve the issue (see DE App Privacy Policy).

 

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The Double Eagle App is the official United States Army Reserve mobile interface. The primary purpose of the Double Eagle App is to increase Soldier Readiness by providing a secure platform for Soldiers to engage with each other and the command. The app was born out of LTG Luckey’s desire to help Soldiers get to know each other better and belief that improving connection and communication between Soldiers would strengthen the Force and improve Readiness. The app can be used anytime, anywhere in the world to connect with fellow Soldiers, access key Army Reserve resources or catch up on the latest Army Reserve news.


The dashboard is essentially the home page of the app. It displays the most recent articles, polls, fitness challenges and houses the Nearby Members and the Leader Book features. Users can also access and change their settings from here, including rank and unit information and notification and location settings.


The News Feed of the Double Eagle App is the resource for Army Reserve articles and polls. The articles are visible to the general public, but only select Soldiers have the ability to upload new articles and only account holders can see and participate in polls. The primary purpose of polls is to engage Soldiers directly around particular issues.


The Channels feature is the messaging tool of the Double Eagle App that allows Soldiers to communicate directly with other Soldiers, unit leaders and important resources such as Family Readiness and Suicide Prevention. This will allow Soldiers to connect with people they may not have the opportunity to meet or speak to otherwise, fostering a greater feeling of community.


The Nearby feature aims to connect Soldiers to other Soldiers and resources within a set radius by allowing them to opt-in to share a general location using the app. Locations are generalized within 6 to 10 miles and the app does not store location information, provide directions or share it with any other applications, ensuring the safety and security of Soldiers. Some potential uses for this feature include messaging another Soldier to meet for a run, networking with other Soldiers and Families in the area and finding and accessing key resources when immediate support is required.

 

The Challenge tool is a new, exciting tool to prepare Soldiers physically for the demands of service. It allows Soldiers to take part in fitness challenges put forth by the Army Reserve and test their physical Readiness. Soldiers can also use the Army Physical Fitness Test calculator to measure their fitness against the Army Physical Fitness Test. These tools take the guesswork out of physical preparation and provide a new and exciting way for Soldiers to track and improve their physical fitness without relying on third-party resources. Additionally, Soldiers can compete against each other in challenges, adding another level of motivation to train.


Aside from increasing Readiness and connecting Soldiers, the Double Eagle App has two additional use options for those not in the Army Reserve: guest access and family & friend accounts.

  • Guests can be any member of the general public who downloads the app. They do not need an account and cannot create one. Guests can access select articles and the Resources tab.
  • Family & Friends can create accounts as long as a Soldier verifies them with their .mil email.