Army Organization

January 2008
Soldiers;Jan2008, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p16
The article describes the U.S. army organization. The U.S. Army exists to serve the American people, protect enduring national interests and fulfill the nation's military responsibilities. It is a team comprising many people, including soldiers and civilians of the regular and reserve-component force, and the citizens who support them, including retirees, veterans and family members.


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