The New Jersey Army National Guard's 63rd Army Band performs aboard the Battleship New Jersey. With a total of Nineteen Battle and Campaign Stars, New Jersey is America's most decorated battleship and surviving warship.
There is nothing else like the adventure, the bonds, and the pride of serving your country. If you have never serviced in the military and are thinking about joining, you need to connect with the Army National Guard. Explore the qualifications necessary to join and find out about the different enlistment options available.
If you have prior service and are thinking about re-enlisting, you need to connect with the Army National Guard. Whether you’ve served in the Army or another branch, we can get you up to speed quickly. Become part of a vital branch of the military, defending your country at home and overseas. Your experience and critical skills may qualify for a bonus, or you can enter a new MOS and learn new career skills
The Army National Guard is more than just a great way to serve your country. It’s also one the very best places to find excellent career training. You’ll be paid to learn job skills that fit you and your interests. And you’ll get real-world training you can use right now - along with hands-on experience that will give you a head start toward your career. Choose from over 100 jobs in fields like medicine, technology, engineering, transportation, communications - serious jobs that can give you a real advantage over the competition.
Contacting a New Jersey Army National Guard recruiter is the best way to find out about the features and benefits of the Guard. Your recruiter can address all of your questions and help you make an informed decision about your future. Your recruiter will also walk you through the enlistment process required to become a member of the Army National Guard.
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