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Medical Treatment Facilities

Find Regional Medical Commands, where the Army Medical Department has major facilities, including medical centers, community hospitals and health centers that have online Web sites.


MyArmyBenefits is the official Army benefits website serving the Regular Army, Army National Guard, Army Reserve, Family Members, and Retirees.

The My Benefits section produces personalized survivor and retirement benefit reports for active duty Soldiers and Family Members. It provides a complete financial forecast that includes your investments, insurance, and SGLI. It also provides a "what if" capability that shows how life events, such as getting married, having children, or retiring at a projected date and rank, affect your financial picture.

Search for Services by Zip Code

The Army Integrated Family Support Network Services Locator and Directory. This Locator provides you with comprehensive information about family programs, services, and resources. The Locator is useful for Soldiers, their Family members, professionals, and the public.

Community Search

Lookup Installations & Directories of Services

MilitaryINSTALLATIONS provides complete contact information on military installations worldwide.

Still Serving Veterans

Still Serving Veterans empowers wounded Veterans, and their families, by helping them reintegrate into the workforce and community via counseling, coaching, guiding, job transition, and assistance in obtaining all Veterans Administration (VA) benefits to which they are entitled.

Thousands of American’s who went overseas to protect us by fighting the war on terror have had their lives ripped apart. They're service members with diverse dreams that range from going to college, to raising a family, to life-long military service. They have various backgrounds, ages, and experiences. Their plans, dreams, and careers have been disrupted as a result of tragic injuries while serving all of us in America. Some have lost limbs; others have disabling injuries; still others suffer emotional trauma.