U.S. Army Sweatpants
The United States Army constitutes one of the most famous armed forces in the world. It has been depicted in countless movies, TV shows, video games, books, and more. Its numerous victories make the American people proud, and its devotion to the country lets us all live peacefully and safely.
The Origins of the U.S. Army
The U.S. Army is the oldest and largest branch of the U.S. Armed Forces, focused on land-based military operations. Its roots are associated with the Continental Army that emerged on 14 June 1775, even before the United States was established, to fight in the American Revolutionary War.
The official creation of the U.S. Army took place on 3 June 1784, when the revolutionary war came to an end and the Congress of the Confederation needed to replace the dissolved Continental Army. Nonetheless, the U.S. Army considers itself to be a descendant of the Continental Army, so it dates its inceptions from the emergence of that force.
The Structure of the U.S. Army
The Army’s main missions are to provide vital forces and capabilities to support the Defense Strategies and National Security. It belongs to the Department of the Army which is one of the three military divisions of the Department of Defense. The Army is led by the Secretary of the Army, and the most prestigious ranking a military officer can have in the department is the Chief of Staff of the Army.
The modern U.S. Army consists of:
- Regular Army
- Army Reserve
- Army National Guard
All the states have regulations for state militias, and certain ones also keep state defense forces as a kind of reserve to the National Guard. State militias are both “organized” (armed troops typically belonging to the state defense forces) or “unorganized” (all the non-disabled men can be eligible for calling into military service).
Moreover, the Army consists of a few branches and functional areas. The branches include:
- warrant officers
- enlisted soldiers
When it comes to functional areas, they consist of officers who have been reclassified from their previous branch into a functional area. Nevertheless, they usually still wear the insignia of their previous branch because functional areas do not have discrete insignia.
The Pride in Being a U.S. Army Veteran
Having served in the U.S. Army, you are fully entitled to be proud of your patriotism and hard work for our country. To make it easier for you to express that, we have prepared a wide list of clothes designed particularly for veterans.
You can order, for instance, the U.S. Army sweatpants and show the world that you have devoted your life to protecting your homeland even while you are working out. Many retired soldiers still love to stay in shape and practice sports on a regular basis, so in this way, you can increase the chances you will be spotted by another veteran and share your experiences with them. Also, it can be inspiring for young people who are preparing to join the armed forces and may make them respect you more.
Take a look at our offer of U.S. Army sweatpants and choose the ones you like best! It is worth noticing that we also have designs for other armed forces, including the Navy, the Air Force, and the Coast Guard.