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ROLE OF THE ARMY RESERVE
STRONG TODAY. ARMY STRONG THE NEXT.
The U.S. Army is the most powerful and sophisticated military force in the world. A vital part of that comes from the Soldiers of the Army Reserve. We provide the specialized manpower, brainpower and skills the Army needs — when our country needs it. With the strength to help one day and lead people the next.

As a civilian and a Soldier, you’ll continue your career or education while training close to home and standing ready to serve with your valuable job skills. Whether at home or overseas —working at a local Army Reserve Center or Camp Arifjan, Kuwait — Army Reserve Soldiers serve the nation in the following ways:

HOMELAND SECURITY

When Active Duty Soldiers deploy overseas, Army Reserve Soldiers often fill their positions at home, serving as Drill Sergeants, instructors and security personnel. In the event of national disasters such as hurricanes or flooding, Army Reserve Soldiers are on the scene to support humanitarian and relief operations.

Water Treatment Specialist (92W)
Civil Affairs Specialist (38B)
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Soldiers in the Army Reserve use their civilian and military training to safeguard the nation's data and develop secure communications technologies. They also maintain, process and troubleshoot military information systems.

Information Technology Specialist (25B)
Network Switching Systems Operator/Maintainer (25F)
BIOHAZARD PROTECTION

The Army Reserve responds to chemical and biological threats and provides biohazard training to federal agencies. Army Reserve Soldiers play a crucial role in the maintenance and supervision of nuclear, biological and chemical detection and decontamination equipment.

Chemical Operations Specialist (74D)
Quartermaster and Chemical Equipment Repairer (91J)
LOGISTICS

Soldiers in the Army Reserve operate the transportation and supply systems that keep the Army in motion, supplying troops around the world with everything from Stryker vehicles to mail from home.

Motor Transport Operator (88M)
Transportation Management Coordinator (88N)
CIVIL AFFAIRS

During times of both war and peace, Soldiers in the Army Reserve help countries establish or restore governmental institutions and functions. To support this effort, the Army Reserve trains and deploys cultural experts to coordinate with local populations.

Public Affairs Specialist (46Q)
Engineer Officer (21)
PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS

Army Reserve Soldiers assist U.S. and foreign governments, militaries and civilian populations during times of peace, crisis and conflict with Psychological Operations (PSYOP). Soldiers analyze, develop and distribute information designed to influence and alter the behavior of foreign populations in a manner favorable to friendly forces.

Psychological Operations Specialist (37F)
Human Intelligence Collector (35M)
MEDICAL SERVICES

The Army Reserve staffs most of the Army's hospitals, triage centers, clinics and field medical care units. Army Reserve medical capabilities often exceed Active Duty's because Army Reserve Soldiers bring their civilian experience to the table.

Operating Room Specialist (68D)
Veterinary Corps Officer (64A)

EDUCATION
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF POWERFUL COLLEGE BENEFITS
As a Soldier in the Army Reserve, you'll have the time and freedom to put your educational benefits to good use. If you want to go to college without interruption, many Army Reserve units now offer you that option. The Army Reserve will also help you pay for college. If you've already attended college, the Army Reserve will help pay off your loans. The following programs are available to all qualified applicants.

ARMY RESERVE EDUCATION CAREER STABILIZATION (ECS) PROGRAM

Many Army Reserve units now offer the innovative ECS program, which lets you finish college without interruption. ECS allows deferment from mobilization and deployment — giving you an uninterrupted path to your college degree. Now you can pursue your goal of completing college with the peace of mind that you won't be deployed. You will still be able to take advantage of the Army Reserve's valuable training and benefits.

Learn More About the ECS Program
SELECTED RESERVE MONTGOMERY GI BILL (MGIB)

As a Soldier in the Army Reserve, you can take advantage of the Montgomery GI Bill as a way to pay for a college education. Depending on how long you enlist, you can get up to $12,420 to help pay for college.

WHAT'S THE PAY LIKE?
Up to $337 per month for 36 months for full-time students.

ARMY RESERVE MGIB "KICKER"

You can add up to $695 per month to your MGIB for up to 36 months with the “Kicker”. “Kicker” amounts vary with job and rank, and certain rules apply for eligibility.

WHAT'S THE PAY LIKE?
Up to $25,020 on top of your MGIB for college.

RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS (ROTC) SCHOLARSHIPS

Take advantage of the best leadership course in America—Army ROTC Military Science and Leadership. Army ROTC Cadets gain practical experience in management and problem solving while training to become Army Officers.

WHAT'S THE PAY LIKE?
Full tuition paid.

Learn More About Army ROTC Scholarships
COLLEGE LOAN REPAYMENT PROGRAM

Pay off your student loans more easily with the Army's College Loan Repayment Program. To take advantage of this program you must enlist in the Army Reserve for six years.

WHAT'S THE PAY LIKE?
Up to $50,000 for selected specialties to repay college loans

Does your student loan qualify? Email a Recruiter to find out.

TUITION ASSISTANCE

If you'd like to take college courses while you're in the Army Reserve, we'll help you pay for them. Available for approved courses, tuition assistance covers 100% of course costs up to $250 per credit hour.

WHAT'S THE PAY LIKE?
Up to $4,500 per academic year.

CONCURRENT ADMISSIONS PROGRAM (CONAP)

The Army Reserve wants you to take advantage of your educational benefits. In the Concurrent Admissions Program (ConAP), we partner with over 1,800 colleges and universities to make it easy for you to get into college and start earning credit.

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