- Official licensed product of the U.S. Army
- 2 to 6 players
- Age 8 and up
Like a crack Army team made up of doctors, lawyers, engineers, scientists, and combat troops, you can travel through time collecting historic and contemporary military machinery. Pass “Enlist” and collect $200, but be careful not to land in the stockade. Buy and sell U.S. Army tanks and choppers, and discover interesting facts about technological advances in tank development with historical information gleaned from the back of each property card.
Each game contains an Army-opoly game board, pewter tokens, property cards featuring U.S. Army-themed trivia, action cards, illustrated money, cots, and Army tents as property markers, two dice, and the rules of the game.
The traditional seal used during and since the Revolution was re-designated as the Seal of the Department of the Army by the National Security Act of 1947. The Department of the Army seal is authorized by Section 3011, Title 10, United States Code. The date "MDCCLXXVIII" and the designation "War Office" indicate the origin of the seal. The date (1778) refers to the year of its adoption. The term "War Office," used during the Revolution and for many years afterward, was associated with the Headquarters of the Army.
Approved insignia designs and seals are held in trust by the National Archives in the Military holdings.