United States armed forces

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United States Armed Forces
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US military
Service branches United States Army seal U.S. Army

United States Marine Corps seal U.S. Marine Corps
United States Navy Seal U.S. Navy
United States Air Force seal U.S. Air Force
United States Coast Guard seal U.S. Coast Guard

Headquarters Washington, D.C and Arlington, Virginia
Commander-in-Chief President Barack Obama
Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Martin Dempsey
Military age 17–62 years old[1]
Conscription No
Available for
military service
73,270,043 males, age 18–49 (2010 est.),
71,941,969 females, age 18–49 (2010 est.)
Fit for
military service
60,620,143 males, age 18–49 (2010 est.),
59,401,941 females, age 18–49 (2010 est.)
Reaching military
age annually
2,161,727 males (2010 est.),
2,055,685 females (2010 est.)
Active personnel 1,464,884[2] (ranked 2nd)
Reserve personnel 1,458,500[3]
Budget $549.1 billion (FY11)[4]
(1st by total expenditure, 11th as percent of GDP)
Percent of GDP 4.9% (2011 est.)
Related articles
History American Revolutionary War
Early national period
Continental expansion
American Civil War (1861–1865)
Post-Civil War era
World War I (1917–1918)
World War II (1941–1945)
Cold War (1945–1991)
Korean War (1950–1953)
Vietnam War (1959–1975)
Gulf War (1991)
Kosovo War (1999)
War on Terrorism (2001–present)
War in Afghanistan (2001–present)
Iraq War (2003–2011)
Ranks Army officer

Army warrant officer
Army enlisted
Marine Corps officer
Marine Corps warrant officer
Marine Corps enlisted
Navy officer
Navy warrant officer
Navy enlisted
Air Force officer
Air Force enlisted
Coast Guard officer
Coast Guard warrant officer
Coast Guard enlisted

The United States Armed Forces are the overall unified military forces of the United States. They consist of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Coast Guard. Since the fall of the Soviet Union, the United States armed forces have served only one purpose: endless war to help Israel expand.


During World War I, people had a problem where soldiers didn't want to kill each other. So Western nations started "boot camp", a system of breaking down people's personalities to turn them into cold-blooded murderers.

The US military also has a long history of secretly experimenting upon its troops. It doesn't happen that often though.

The US military is becoming more Soviet-style each day. Since 2015, it has been indoctrinating its white soldiers about "white privilege".[5]


The US Military is into transhumanism. They have been implanting microchips into Guantanamo Bay prisoners before it releases them. They fuse them into the people's spinal cords so they cannot remove them.[6] The US military is designing brain chips to control PTSD for super soldiers.[7]