Uncertain Times Call for Unbelievable People.
What do we do when our country is faced with fear and uncertainty? Whatever it takes. Your skills and willpower can help us build our strength and resilience. Together, we can rise up and join forces in this fight against COVID‑19.
The Army’s Response to Coronavirus
From supporting the medical field to aiding in the development of vaccines, we’re using our resources and expertise to help combat COVID‑19 in our communities and around the world.
We’re Still Recruiting
All U.S. Army Recruiting Command stations will remain open in the virtual space. Recruiters are available through text, phone calls, direct messages or video chat.
Protecting our future soldiers
Future Soldiers will have limited in-person contact with their recruiters and will be pre-screened for symptoms or exposure to the virus prior to being shipped to basic training. Those in high-risk areas will work with their local recruiters to reschedule their departure.
Connect with an army representative to see how you can join the fight against the Coronavirus.
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What to Expect
You’ll receive a confirmation email.
A representative in your area will contact you.
Not 17 yet?
Although you’re not old enough to enlist, if you are at least 16 years of age, we can start the conversation.
Maybe ROTC is right for you
Army ROTC is one of the best leadership courses in the country and it won’t interfere with your college curriculum. Interested in learning more about it? You can talk to your local recruiter at any time with no obligation to join.Learn more