Our purpose remains constant
To deploy, fight and win our nation’s wars by providing ready, prompt and sustained land dominance by Army forces across the full spectrum of conflict as part of the joint force.
The Army mission is vital to the Nation because we are the service capable of defeating enemy ground forces and indefinitely seizing and controlling those things an adversary prizes most – its land, its resources and its population.
THE ARMY VISION
THE ARMY OF 2028 WILL BE READY TO
Deploy, fight, and win decisively against any adversary, anytime and anywhere, in a joint, multi-domain, high-intensity conflict, while simultaneously deterring others and maintaining its ability to conduct irregular warfare. The Army will do this through the employment of modern manned and unmanned ground combat vehicles, aircraft, sustainment systems, and weapons, coupled with robust combined arms formations and tactics based on a modern warfighting doctrine and centered on exceptional Leaders and Soldiers of unmatched lethality.
Our Roadmap to Success
The Army Strategy
Readiness, Modernization and Reform
The Army Strategy articulates how the Total Army achieves its objectives defined by the Army Vision and fulfills its Title 10 duties. In support of the National Defense Strategy, the Army Strategy describes how the Army will build a more lethal force to retain overmatch in order to deter, and defeat if necessary, all potential adversaries.
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The Army People Strategy
Managing Our Most Important Asset
The Army People Strategy is the roadmap the U.S. Army will use to build a twenty-first century talent-based personnel management system, reform essential quality of life programs and build cohesive teams that are ready, professional, diverse and integrated for the Joint Force. The Total Army will acquire, develop, employ and retain the diversity of Soldier and Civilian talent needed to achieve Total Army readiness.
Download: The Army People Strategy (PDF)
Download: SHARP - Prevention - Annex to APS (PDF)
The Army Modernization Strategy
Investing in the Future
The Army Modernization Strategy (AMS) describes how the Total Army — Regular Army, National Guard, Army Reserve, and Army Civilians — will transform into a multi-domain force by 2035, meet its enduring responsibility as part of the Joint Force to provide for the defense of the United States, and retain its position as the globally dominant land power. AMS is the Army's plan to deliver a Multi-Domain Operations capable force and explains how the Army will operationalize the concept.
The Army Arctic Strategy
Regaining Arctic Dominance
The Army Arctic Strategy supports the 2019 DoD Arctic Strategy and lays out how the Army will generate, train, organize and equip the force to partner with Arctic allies and secure the national interests. The Total Army strategy adapts how the Army executes extended, multi-domain operations in extreme conditions to support the joint warfighter, which demonstrates the Army’s resolve to securing national interests in the region.
Download: Army Arctic Strategy (PDF)
The Army Climate Strategy
Enhancing Army readiness, resiliency and capabilities
The Army Climate Strategy is the framework for a long-term endeavor to operationalize climate adaptation and mitigation across the Army. The strategy drives actions to enhance readiness, resiliency and capabilities of the force. By implementing the lines of effort outlined in the climate strategy, the Army will achieve the goals of a resilient and sustainable land force able to operate in all domains with effective adaptation and mitigation measures against climate change, consistent with Army modernization efforts.
Download: Army Climate Strategy (PDF)
The Army Installations Strategy
Supporting the Army in Multiple Domains
The U.S. Army Installations Strategy is the first strategy to identify the need for modernized, resilient and sustainable installations. This strategy describes how installations will modernize to support the Multi-Domain Operations Ready Force over the next 15+ years.
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Army Multi-Domain Transformation
Ready to Win in Competition and Conflict
The Army's Multi-Domain transformation will set the conditions for the Joint Force to fight and win integrated campaigns necessary to defeat state actors. By 2035, the Army will enable the Joint Force to maneuver and prevail from competition through conflict with a calibrated force posture of multi-domain capabilities that provide overmatch through speed and range at the point of need.
Army formations and capabilities will provide the necessary speed, range, convergence, and decision dominance required for overmatch in a faster-paced, distributed, and complex operating environment.
Quality of Life Initiatives
Committed to improving the Army Family
Recognizing that our Soldiers, Civilians and families should have the best quality of life possible, the Army is reviewing the full range of its care, support, and enrichment programs, with an initial focus upon: housing and barracks, healthcare, childcare, spouse employment and permanent change of station moves.
- Army Housing Management Career Program
- Soldier and Family Readiness Groups
- Total Army Sponsorship Program
- U.S. Army Overseas Service: Tour Length Policy Revision
- Home-Based Businesses
- Privatized Army Housing: Residential Communities Initiative
- Army Spouse State Licensure and Certification Costs Reimbursement
- Permanent Change of Station Move
The Army Data Plan
Transforming our people, processes, technology and governance
The Army Data Plan, aligned to the Army Vision, sets forth guiding principles, goals and objectives, imperatives, and data management structures to transform how the Army manages, analyzes, and utilizes data to enable data-driven decisions across its enterprise, and with partners, through a resilient, secure hybrid cloud solution.
Synchronizing force employment and modernization
The Regionally Aligned Readiness and Modernization Model, or ReARMM, aims to balance the operational tempo of our forces and provide leaders with additional time to invest in their people. ReARMM integrates and synchronizes the Army across all Army components — Regular Army, Resource Component and Army National Guard — providing predictability to the force regarding training, modernization and readiness.
Army Posture Statement
Supporting the National Defense Strategy
The Army Posture Statement is the Secretary of the Army and the Chief of Staff of the Army's written testimony to Congress on the state of the U.S. Army. The statement describes where the Army is and what the Army has done over the last year to support the National Defense Strategy.
This unclassified summary outlines the Army’s annual accomplishments, initiatives, and priorities, based on the Army Vision and Army Strategy. It also explains the Army’s budgetary needs for maintaining its strategic priorities in the upcoming fiscal year.