Ground Forces of the United States of America
U.S. Department of the Army Symbol (Mondo de Scopatore)
The symbol of the U.S. Department of the Army
Founded December 25, 1991
Country United States of America
Allegiance United States Ministry of Defense
Type Army
Size 512,000 (2014), incl. about 87,000 conscripts
Motto "This we'll defend"
Engagements 1991 Cuban Crisis, Vermont Rebellion, Civil War in Mexico, 2003 Baja War

The Ground Forces of the United States of America are the land forces of the Armed Forces of the United States of America, formed from parts of the collapsing Union army in 1992. The formation of these forces posed economic challenges after the collapse of the USSA and needed reform in order to professionalize the Army.

Since 1992, the Ground Forces have withdrawn many thousands of troops from Union garrisons abroad, while maintaining extensive commitment to the Vermont Wars, peacekeeping, and other operations in post-Union states.

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