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5 Things to Expect in The Army Reserves

Five years of experience and one deployment have made it quite an adventure.

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Swearing in to join the United States Army comes in multiple forms. You can either sign up to be Active Duty (full-time), Reserves (federal part-time), or National Guard (state part-time).




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