Military Information

The U.S. Military includes the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard, including their respective Reserve and National Guard formations. Together, they offer full-time and part-time training and opportunities for thousands of different military jobs, and a great environment for developing the essential qualities for a successful life.

Service Branches
The most powerful ground force in the entire world, the United States Army upholds the ideals set forth in the U.S. Constitution and acts to support the interests of the United States.

marinesMarine Corps

The smallest, most dynamic force in the American Military today, the United States Marine Corps serves as the aggressive tip of the U.S. military spear. It is also the only forward-deployed force designed for expeditionary operations by air, land, or sea. 


The United States Navy is the largest and most powerful naval force in the world and is equipped to handle operations both on and under the sea, in the air, and on the ground, anywhere around the world. 


airforceAir Force

The United States Air Force has the most sophisticated and technologically advanced aircraft in the world today. Combined with the best-trained pilots, ground crews, and other support personnel, the Air Force ensures air superiority and support for virtually every mission undertaken by the U.S. Military.


coastguardCoast Guard
The primary role of the United States Coast Guard is to protect the safety of our nation's coasts and waterways. Under this mandate, the Coast Guard performs a variety of critical missions, including Maritime Safety, Mobility and Security, National Defense, and the Protection of Natural Resources.