• Serve With Army Cyber.

Army cyber warriors are engaged in real-world missions protecting Army networks, data and weapons systems in support of Army and joint force commanders around the world, around the clock.

Army Cyber Corps

Pursue a cybersecurity career as an enlisted Soldier or a commissioned Officer to make an impact preventing phishing attacks, locating international hacker networks, recognizing dangerous ransomware, and improving cyber intelligence.

Serve with ARCYBER

If you're ready to take on the challenge of becoming a uniformed Army cyber warrior, there are many ways to serve.

For information on how to enlist for one of the several Army officer or enlisted cyber specialties, click on the "Active Duty & Reserves" link.

If you currently serve in uniform and are interested in reclassifying or branch transferring into the Army Cyber branch, click the "Reclassification" link for more information.


Direct Commissioning

If you are a civilian professional with cyber-related education and/or experience, you can apply to be directly appointed as an officer in the Army’s Cyber Corps; click the "Direct Commissioning" link to learn more and apply.


Reserve Component Tours

U.S. Army Reserve and Army National Guard members interested in serving on ADOS or IMA tours with ARCYBER can view current opportunities and get basic information.

Interested Soldiers can get further information on active duty tours with ARCYBER and the Army from any device, anywhere, with the Army Software Factory's Carrera app. With Carrera Soldiers can find available positions, view relevant details to help prepare applications, and filter available positions to quickly find the right job.

Resources & Services

Last Updated: February 2024