Purpose: To evaluate current practice patterns in anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR) surgery among fellowship-trained military surgeons. Methods: The MOTION database is a prospectively collected dataset of intraoperative variables across the Military Health System. This database was queried using Current Procedural Terminology code 29888 for ACLR among active-duty service members between October 2016 and December 2019. The intraoperative data pertaining to ACLR involving both isolated primary ACLRs and primary ACLRs combined with meniscal or chondral injuries were extracted with patient age, sex, and rank. Results: Two hundred sixty-six primary ACLRs performed by 21 fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeons at 9 MTFs were identified. The mean age of patients undergoing ACLR was 27.2 ± 7.7 years. Bone–patellar tendon–bone autograft was the most commonly used graft source (137 of 266 [51.5%] cases.) Meniscal injuries were treated with an isolated debridement in 53 of 156 (34.0%) tears, whereas meniscal repair was performed in 86 of 156 (55.1%) tears. Concomitant chondral pathology was noted in 43 of 266 cases (16.2%) and most commonly addressed with chondroplasty (25 of 49 [51.0%] chondral lesions). Conclusions: Bone–patellar tendon–bone autograft was the most commonly used graft type in ACLR among fellowship-trained surgeons treating active-duty service members. Concomitant meniscal pathology was encountered at rates comparable with what has been previously reported, and meniscal repair was favored over meniscal debridement in more than 50% cases. Level of Evidence: Level IV: Therapeutic case series.