What is the (US) Army University?


The Army University is a professional military education university system of the United States Army.

It is the largest professional military education system in the world, with over 150,000 soldiers educated in more than 88 occupations across its worldwide network of 70 schools.

Approximately 25% of its curriculum is currently accredited, primarily for officer training; however, initiatives are underway to accredit all enlisted training as well.

The university is located at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, and is part of the US Army Training and Doctrine Command.

It is led by the Chancellor, a General (OF-9), who is assisted by the Provost, a Brigadier General (OF-6).

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