Guard CSM Homepage
Army National Guard predates the
founding of the nation and a standing military by almost a
century and a half - and is therefore the oldest component of
the United States armed forces. America's first permanent
militia regiments, among the oldest continuing units in history,
were organized by the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1636. Since
that time, the Guard has participated in every U.S. conflict
from the Pequot War of 1637 to our current deployments in
support of Operation Joint Forge.
U.S. Army has Recruiting Offices located in all 50 states, the
U.S. territories, and overseas. The people in each office are
trained to assist you in finding an Army
specialty that will help you Be All You Can Be!
U.S. Army Reserve Command (USARC), a major subordinate command
of U.S. Army Forces
Command, commands, controls, and supports all Army Reserve
troop units in the continental United States with the exception
of Psychological Operations and Civil Affairs units. The
USARC also ensures the readiness of its forces and prepares the
nearly 1,700 units under its command to mobilize and deploy to a
wartime theater of operation.
Training Directorate serves the Army Recruiter by
centralized training support products and services.
Our goal is to motivate, train and support the world's finest
108th Division Institutional
Training (IT) Recruiting and Retention Home Page. This
site will allow you to access information regarding membership,
training, position vacancy, job opportunities, etc within the
108th Division (IT). The Army Reserve is a rapidly growing
organization that maximizes career potential and enhances