United States Army

The United States Army is the land service branch of the United States Armed Forces. It is one of the eight U.S. uniformed services, and is designated as the... Wikipedia

  • Founded:  June 14, 1775, (ago)
  • Type:  Army
  • Role:  Prompt and sustained land combat, Combined arms operations, Combined arms maneuver and wide area security, Armored and mechanized operations, Airborne and air assault operations Special operations, Set and sustain the theater for the joint force, Integrate national, multinational, and joint power on land
  • Size:  485,000 Regular Army personnel (2021), 336,000 Army National Guard personnel (2021), 189,500 Army Reserve personnel (2021), 1,005,725 total uniformed personnel, 252,747 civilian personnel (30 September 2020), 1,258,472 total, 4,406 crewed aircraft
  • Part of:  United States Armed Forces, Department of the Army
  • Headquarters:  The Pentagon, Arlington County, Virginia, U.S.
  • Motto(s):  "This We'll Defend"
  • March:  "The Army Goes Rolling Along" Play (· info)
  • Mascot(s):  Army Mules
  • Anniversaries:  Army Birthday: 14 June
  • Website:  Army.mil
  • Commander-in-Chief:  President Joe Biden
  • Secretary of Defense:  Lloyd Austin
  • Secretary of the Army:  Christine Wormuth
  • Chief of Staff:  GEN James C. McConville
  • Vice Chief of Staff:  GEN Randy A. George
  • Sergeant Major of the Army:  SMA Michael A. Grinston
  • Data Source:  DuckDuckGo