United States Army Volunteer Reserve

Cause Area

  • Community
  • Crisis Support
  • Emergency & Safety
  • Health & Medicine
  • Media & Broadcasting


1816 s. Figueroa St.Suite 701Los Angeles, CA 90015 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

The United States Volunteers/United States Army Volunteer Reserve is a non-paid, military-styled organization/society composed of trained, experience and motivated retired and former members of the Armed Forces of the United States and other public-spirited citizens. The goal of the United States Army Volunteer Reserve is to provide dedicated men and women to serve the veteran population and military forces of the United States in non-combat support and service support missions, the Department of Homeland Defense, the Veterans Administration and any other government agency as directed by proper national authority.


Renders Final Military Honors to deceased veterans at National and local cemetaries, provides personnel assets relating to search and rescue, administration, communications, civil engineering, medical and public affairs in disaster situations.


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by ramiro d. (September 14, 2014)
the reason that l want be part of this group of volunters is beacuase l really love this country and l can do everthing for this country too. when l was in high last l was in the army junior class, l participate in alot volunter mission one day l said to my seargent if one day have the opportunity to go fight for this country like l volunteer l would do that. but anyway l really want to be part of this group of volunteers l really want to do this.
by Nathan B. (July 20, 2012)
Do your research on this group. They are not affiliated with any actual military branch yet they present themselves as such, even going so far as to wear military uniforms they have not earned the right to wear. If you are looking to volunteer in some sort of military service, but do not want to join the US military, look into whether your state has a State Defense Force, Civil Air Patrol, or Coast Guard Auxiliary.

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