Since the time of the Revolutionary War, the United States military has had a formal structure. Over time, that has helped it develop from a stoic collection of patriots with a cause to the world’s most powerful armed forces. Over time, new branches of the Armed Forces have been added to the United States Army and Navy, and its structure has been altered, but the tradition of proud service has not abated. Together We Served, the world’s largest tool for locating US veterans, is intimately...
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Have you contributed to the United States Coast Guard’s operations? While one of the smaller branches of the United States Armed Forces, the Coast Guard is vital to its defense and broader protection. Together We Served, the internet’s largest repository of personal military history, recognize the Coast Guard's valor in some of its most prominent operations and the service that all Coast Guard veterans have provided to the United States. Missions of the United States Coast Guard Broadly, the...
United States Air Force Basic Military Training is an eight-week program of physical and combat training required in order for an individual to become an enlisted Airman in the United States Air Force or enlisted Guardian in the United States Space Force.
The latest branch of the US military, the United States Space Force, was established in 2019. Find out more details about this US Space Force by Together We Served!
Operating forces are the heart of the Marine Corps. They provide the forward presence, crisis response, and combat power that our Corps makes available to CCDRs.
At Together We Served, we take time to honor and share our appreciation to all of the US Navy officers and veterans. We take a deep dive into the US Navy and the great accomplishments the military branch has achieved over the years and how the US Navy functions day-to-day.
Think you know everything about the US Navy? How about the basic US Navy training program? Take a second today to find out some interesting facts about the US Navy training program and what it takes to become a sailor.
United States Army Basic Combat Training, also referred to as Initial Entry Training, is the recruit training program of the United States Army, for service in the Regular Army, United States Army Reserve, or the Army National Guard.
Did you know that at the start of the War of 1812, the U.S. Navy had only 16 seagoing warships at its disposal, compared to more than 600 on the British side? Find out more about the U.S. Navy from Together We Served.
United States Marine Corps Recruit Training is a 13-week program “including in & out-processing” of initial training that each recruit must successfully complete in order to serve in the United States Marine Corps.