Below is quick snapshot of each branch that vary in commitment and locations:
As the oldest branch of the U.S. Military, the Army protects the security of the United States and its resources.
The Army Reserve trains part time near home until needed, and members deploy alongside the Army.
Army National Guard
The Marine Corps is often first on the ground in combat situations.
Marine Corps Reserve
Marine Corps reservists train domestically and deploy with the rest of the Corps.
The Navy delivers combat-ready Naval forces while maintaining security in the air and at sea.
The Navy Reserve trains close to home. They serve in the U.S. or abroad in support of the Navy’s mission.
The Air Force protects American interests at home and abroad with a focus on air power.
Air Force Reserve
The Air Force Reserve trains and serves on a part-time basis, performing flying and other specialized missions for the Air Force.
Air National Guard
The Air National Guard trains part time to assist, first on the state level, but they may also serve nationally.
The Coast Guard is a maritime force offering military, law enforcement, humanitarian, regulatory and diplomatic capabilities.
Coast Guard Reserve
The Coast Guard Reserve typically trains and serves near home, offering the chance to contribute part time and make a difference.
The Space Force defends U.S. interests on land, in the air, and from orbit with a range of advanced training and technology.
The Air Force currently determines career and accession paths for military and civilian personnel assigned to, or wanting to be assigned to, the Space Force.
You can find a local recruiter below:
16919 Devonshire St.
Granada Hills, CA 91344
SSG Gerardo Saavedra
US Air Force / Space Force
19371 Saticoy St h2,
Reseda, CA 91335
US Coast Guard
13871 Fiji Way
Marina Del Rey, CA 90292