Army Civilian Corps

The Army Civilian Corps consists of experienced personnel committed to serving the Nations. Army civilians are an integral part of the Army team and are members of the executive branch of the federal government. They fill positions in staff and sustaining base operations that would otherwise have to be filled by military personnel. They provide mission-essential capability, stability and continuity during war and peace in support of the Soldier. Army civilians take their support mission person-ally. No different than their uniformed counterparts, Army civilians are committed to selfless service in the performance of their duties.

Content last reviewed: 3/20/2007-DLS

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