The current study examined the performance of active duty soldiers on the Automated Neuropsychological Assessment Metrics (ANAM) traumatic brain injury test battery, to expand the reference data for use in military settings. The effects of age and gender on cognitive performance also were explored. The ANAM traumatic brain injury battery, consisting of six performance tests and two subjective scales, was administered to a sample of healthy active duty soldiers (N = 5,247) as part of a concussion surveillance program. Performance means and SDs, stratified according to age and gender, are reported as reference data. In addition, the impact of age and gender on performance measures was analyzed. Because ANAM is rapidly being adopted for use in many military medical and research applications, the establishment of these reference values is invaluable, particularly for assisting with rapid accurate evaluation and treatment in clinical settings.