You may be surprised by the range of benefits you’ll receive in the Army. We offer 30 vacation days, comprehensive healthcare, housing, cash allowances to cover the cost of living, money for education, family services, and even career support after you serve.



On top of career training and an unmatched benefits package, you’ll earn a salary known as Army Basic Pay. The longer you serve, the more you’ll earn.



As a Soldier, you’ll get paid more than just a salary. Benefits like free healthcare, housing, subsidized food, and money for education all add up to cover a majority of your living expenses.




Your future goals mean a lot to us. Whether you want to attend college, pay off existing student loans, or pursue certifications and trainings, there are countless benefits available to you. In fact, on your first day as an enlisted Soldier, you’ll get $250 per credit hour each semester, additional tuition money after you serve five years with the GI Bill, and dozens of other financial aid programs to help you achieve success.

Healthcare and vacation

Your health and time off are just as important to us as it is to you. As a Soldier, you’ll get 30 vacation days, life insurance, and the best healthcare benefits in the country.

Additional incentives

Being a Soldier has its rewards, both while you serve and afterwards. From bonuses to hiring incentives, there are many reasons to join.

Soldier and family services

Like you, we put your family first. The Army offers many free benefits that your entire family can take advantage of.

After the Army

If you decide to pursue a career outside the military after you serve, we’ll help you along the way. We offer career counseling, special programs, and guidance.

We understand that you probably have a million questions. Don’t worry, we’ve been there too. We’ll make sure you get all the answers you need.

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