★ Special Missions

The Army Special Operations units perform the military operations that are outside the normal capabilities of conventional forces. Conventional forces consist of masses of tanks, masses of men, heavy equipment and artillery. Special operations and the special operations forces go after those things that large organizations are incapable of handling because of their inflexibility and inability to innovate. Special operations also are concerned with local nationals in various countries. Army Special Forces teams are dedicated to certain and specific regions of the world.

Special Forces – Green Beret
Army Rangers
Delta Force
Night Stalkers

Army Law (JAG Corps)

The JAG Corps is a wide-ranging practice that includes military law and criminal prosecution to international law and legal assistance—both in the U.S. and abroad.

Being a part of the JAG Corps offers the unique opportunity of serving one’s country as an Officer in the Army while quickly developing professional skills. This is exactly why JAG Corps Attorneys gain a valuable career edge and an excellent starting point for a career in public service. In addition, JAG Corps Attorneys can choose to serve either full-time in Active Duty, or part-time in the Army Reserves.
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Army Health Care (AMEDD)

There are more opportunities to being part of the Army Health Care Team than you think. With a great financial benefits package and continuing educational programs, you can pursue a successful career in your chosen health care field while leading a comfortable and rewarding lifestyle.

Explore some of the opportunities you’ll gain by becoming part of the Army Health Care Team.
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Warrant Officers are highly specialized experts and trainers in their career fields. By gaining progressive levels of expertise and leadership, these leaders provide valuable guidance to commanders and organizations in their specialty.
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The Army Chaplaincy offers Ministers, Priests, Imams and Rabbis the unique opportunity to guide Soldiers and their families through life’s triumphs and tragedies. They are involved in the Soldier’s “Circle of Life,” from births and baptisms, to confirmations and marriage, to illness and last rites.
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Army Band

Dating back over 225 years to the Revolutionary War, band members have always been an important part of the U.S. Army. And with assignments around the world plus a long list of benefits, the Army Band Program offers talented musicians a unique opportunity to do what they do best—play music. If you’re interested in earning a living while embracing your passion for music, then check out what the Army Band Program has to offer you.

Whether you’re performing to boost Soldiers’ morale, entertain civilians, or assist with military ceremonies, you’ll be part of a group of talented musicians who support the Army’s mission around the world.
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Officer Candidate School

Being an Officer in the U.S. Army means you’re a leader, a counselor, a strategist and a motivator. As an Officer, you will lead other Soldiers in all situations and adjust to environments that are always changing. Officers are problem-solvers, key influencers and great planners. They are driven to achieve success on every mission.

If you’re looking for a great way to enhance your leadership and management skills, Officer Candidate School (OCS) is an excellent way to get there. OCS is open to recent college graduates and college seniors who are looking to earn commissions as Officers.
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