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 What is active duty in the Army?

Answer There are three components of the U.S. Army: the Army National Guard, the Army Reserves and the active duty (or regular) Army. When a soldier works in the Army full-time, he is considered active du... Read More »
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Can you switch from active duty army into active duty air force?

Yes you can....but only if your not in the infantry or a special combat mos...dont know why but the air force is weird that way
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How long would you stay at one duty station Army Active Duty?

There's really no definite answer for this. The Army moves personnel around as needed, and there isn't a set pattern to it.
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Can the Army ROTC pay for my bachelor's degree and medical school before i serve in Active Duty and in the Army Reserve for 6 or 8 years?

Can you go from army active duty to army reserve?

Sure, but only at the end of your enlistment contract - you can't terminate your active duty contract to be in the Army Reserve, but you can enlist into the Army Reserve after you've completed your... Read More »
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