Casualty Assistance – Army

This page includes information about casualty and family support services for the Army. Army Casualty and Mortuary Affairs Operations Division provides casualty assistance resources for commanders and. …

Morale, Welfare and Recreation – Army

This page includes information on Morale, Welfare and Recreation for the Army. Army Morale, Welfare and Recreation — Army Morale, Welfare and Recreation provides support and leisure services. …

Army PCS Moving Support

Consult your military service branch for additional help with entitlements and claims associated with your temporary or permanent change of station move.

Army Component Emergency Contact Information

Army Disaster Personnel Accountability and Assessment System Headquarters Department of the Army G-1, Operations Branch, Personnel Contingency Cell 300 Army Pentagon Washington, DC 20310-3200 COMM: 703-697-4246. …

Army Basic Training: What to Expect

Basic training is the first step in preparing you to be a soldier. It starts with basic combat training or Army boot camp. Then comes specialized training in your career field — or you may go to Officer Candidate School to master Army leadership skills.


The New Army Combat Fitness Test

Starting October 2020, all soldiers will be required to pass the new Army Combat Fitness Test, which will replace the Army Physical Fitness Test. You will be expected to meet ACFT requirements regardless of age or gender, as part of your military training.


Life After Basic Army Combat Training

Following your Army basic combat training, you’ll take one of two paths, advanced individual training or Officer Candidate School to advance in your military career.