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Find a recruiter

The U.S. Army has local recruiting offices in your community, and our recruiters
are ready to answer all of the questions you might have.

How to find a recruiter
within the United States

Select your area of interest and then use the form below to choose
the type of military recruiting office you'd like to speak with. Then
enter your ZIP code or location of interest.

For more information about an Army ROTC Program or Army ROTC Scholarships, please contact an Army ROTC Advisor. You can either call an advisor in your home state or in the state of the school you will be attending.

The first step in becoming a Soldier in the U.S. Army is being armed with knowledge. The staff at the Judge Advocate Recruiting (JAG Corps) Office is ready with the know-how to answer questions you have about the JAG Corps.

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Become an Army Officer

Army Officers have the courage to take the lead. If you’re ready to become a leader, learn about the ROTC program at the college of your choice.

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Joining the Army National Guard

Find out how part-time service in the Army National Guard can help you achieve your educational, career and personal goals.

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How to find a recruiter outside the United States

If you are a U.S. citizen living overseas, email us and a recruiter will get in touch with you.

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