What is the Army recruiting age limit?

Answer On June 22, 2006, the U.S. Army, under provisions of the Fiscal Year 2006 National Defense Authorization Act, raised the top enlistment age from 40 to 42. Individuals who are 40 or more are requi... Read More »

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How long is the army recruiting school?

The Army Recruiting Course is 6 weeks and 4 days long

What is the age limit for enlistment in the Army?

Individuals enlisting for active duty in the U.S. Army or enlisting in the National Guard must be between 18 years old (17 with parental consent) and 42 years old. Upper age limits vary in other br... Read More »

What is the age limit for the Army Reserve?

The limit for the Army Reserve is age 42. Congress increased the age limit from 40 to 42 in 2006 under the Defense Budget Authorization Act. This increase also applies to the active Army and the Na... Read More »

What is the age limit to join the Army?

In accordance with Army Regulation 601-210, paragraph 2-3 (a), "All NPS Regular Army and RC applicants must enlist and ship prior to their 42nd birthday." Additionally, Army personnel are eligible ... Read More »