Army Branches

Upon becoming lieutenants, graduates of the Army ROTC program are selected to serve in one of the more than twenty Officer career fields. They take up their duties armed with the superb leadership and managerial skills athat have long been the hallmark of the Army ROTC program. From the day they arrive at their first unit of assignment, they shoulder responsibilities that far exceed those routinely entrusted to those in the civilian sector of similar age.


This is a synopsis of each of the Officer career fields in which Army ROTC graduates may be found. Not all of these specialties are immediately available to those entering the Army through the ROTC program.


Click on one of the branches below for more information about the many different opportunities for Officers in the U.S. Army.


Adjutant General Corps


Air Defense Artillery


Armor


Aviation


Corps of Engineers


Cyber Corps


Field Artillery


Infantry


Special Forces


Chemical


Civil Affairs


Judge Advocate General Corps


Military Intelligence


Military Police


Signal Corps


Chaplain Corps


Dental Corps


Finance Corps


Medical Corps


Medical Service Corps


Army Nurse Corps


Ordnance Corps


Quartermaster Corps


Transportation Corps


Veterinary Corps