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Field Support Opportunities


The Army Reserve is designed for those who want to get the most out of the Army while pursuing their civilian careers and goals. Many professionals as well as college students are Soldiers in the Army Reserve. Here, you can take advantage of a long list of job and leadership training opportunities that give you the skills and strength to succeed wherever you go.


 


Field Support




Field Support roles provide support to U.S. Army personnel. These roles provide support behind-the-scenes and provide intelligence on the field.




Opportunities are available in areas such as:




  • Food services


  • Watercraft operators


  • Intelligence analysts


  • Translators


  • Interpreters


  • Topography specialists




The training and skills you receive in the Army can prepare you for a future with federal agencies, research or business planning, civilian factories, repair shops, department stores and government warehouses, stockrooms, and dining facilities.


 


In the Army Reserve, you'll have the time and freedom to put your educational benefits to good use. If you want to go to college, the Army Reserve will help pay for it. If you've already attended college, the Army Reserve will help pay off your loans.


 


In the Army Reserve you could be eligible for:




  • Enlistment bonuses totaling up to $20,000


  • Up to $24,012 for college


  • Up to $20,000 to repay qualifying student loans


  • Up to $4,500 a year tuition assistance while serving







Requirements for Field Support Opportunities:




  • U.S. citizen or permanent resident alien


  • 17€“35 years old


  • Healthy and in good physical condition


  • In good moral standing


  • High School or equivalent education


  • Enlistment in the Army Reserve





 


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