Welcome To

Emergency Leave Department

Responsible for providing a comprehensive range of services that improve the lives of our Officers.

What We Do

In appreciation to camaraderie and meaningful work, the Military officers have access to leave, vacation, retirement plans and other benefits that often surpass those offered by civilian employers.

Put a Smile On Their Faces

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What People Are Saying

Grateful for the opportunity of reuniting with my family
Philip Watson
Couldn't believe when I set my eyes on him. It was tears of joy all around
Emma Roberts
My papi couldn't get his warm house off me when we met for a long vacation. Good to have him around
Olivia Spencer


Why Apply?

We are fast in processing and quick to understand the reasons behind application.

Why Apply?

We are committed to delivery what the applicants wishes for


The first step to becoming a Soldier is talking to a recruiter. He or she will guide you through the process of enlistment. Then, you will attend Basic Combat Training (BCT) and learn the ins and outs of being a Soldier. After Basic, you will enter Advanced Individual Training (AIT), where you will learn how to perform your Army job.


When you become a Soldier, you’ll have one of the most important and respected jobs on Earth. That’s why, in and out of uniform, you’ll be expected to live up to certain values and standards. But it’s not all work and responsibility—you’ll have plenty of free time to devote to the things and people you love most. You’ll also enjoy many perks, like great housing and valuable training for your future.


The military considers the welfare of Soldiers their Families to be one of its most important endeavors. In addition to the healthcare, retirement, education, and extra-curricular opportunities the Army provides, it goes to great lengths to assure each Soldier and each Family has adequate housing. The Army has recently spent time and money to renovate and create new housing communities for its Soldiers and for Soldiers with Families.


The Army’s single Soldier barracks have been renovated or newly constructed with the needs of the Soldier in mind. Usually a Soldier will find general purpose wash rooms somewhere in the barracks for washing boots, backpacks, and other muddy items so they don’t have to clean their equipment in their bathrooms. He or she will also find the Army has built living accommodations that Soldiers don’t have to share with each other. Today’s living quarters are generally attached to a bathroom and an apartment-style kitchen area that two Soldiers share, and some rooms are built with walk-in closets that even have industrial hooks mounted on the wall for military issue gear.

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