Army's Birthday 2020 is on Sunday, June 14, 2020: when is the army's birthday?
Sunday, June 14, 2020 is Army's Birthday 2020. The 238th United States Army Birthday cut the Army's birthday
The US Army was founded on June 14, 1775 (NOT 1776).
what are the army's asvab requirements for split op..?..plz anyone...?
Split-option is for Reserves and National Guard only. If you want to go active duty then don't do split option because with the way the economy is it is very difficult to switch from reserves/NG to active. Too many units are loosing people to active duty after they got laid off from their civilian jobs, so they're holding on to who they have left. On the active side, a lot more Soldiers are reeenlisting, leaving less slots for prior service.
On the other hand, if you want reserves or National Guard then it varies based on which one you're doing. The last time I checked (about two months ago, it may have changed) you needed at least a 50 to join the Army Reserve as a high school junior. The National Guard may require a 50 but I can't confirm or deny that, so you need to see an NG recruiter to confirm that. Active duty only needs a 31 but you have to wait until after graduation to ship to basic.
If you want to do split-option you need to be at least 17 when you enlist (not when you ship to basic). So what that means is that if your 17th birthday is June 2011 and you're a junior now you won't be doing split option. The reason is because you can't enlist prior to your 17th birthday and by next April or May all basic training seats for the summer will be gone. You would need to enlist by the beginning of 2011 for a better chance of getting a seat for the beginning of the summer.
When was the US Army established?
The US Army's birthday is June 14, 1775 (not 1776 as the first answerer stated).
It was originally named the Continental Army, but was changed to the US Army on June 3, 1784. Despite the name change, the US Army considers itself officially founded on June 14, 1775.