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Sgt. Jeff Due, U.S. Army recruiter
Sgt. 1st Class Jeff Due, right, a U.S. Army recruiter, is surrounded by protesters at Seattle Central Community College, Thursday, Jan. 20, 2005, in Seattle.
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As of March, six months into the recruiting year, the service had only brought in some 28,000 new soldiers, Army spokeswoman Cynthia Smith said Friday. Since 2001, U.S. law has required schools that receive federal funding to give out contact information for juniors and seniors to military recruiters, ...

The personnel chiefs from the Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps appeared at a House Armed Services military personnel subcommittee hearing to discuss their recruiting and retention efforts during Fiscal Year 2019. With a low national unemployment rate, hovering around four percent which most ...
After an 8-year absence, the Army will celebrate a return of a permanent presence in the county with the Friday grand opening of a recruitment center at ... the Army shared a recruiting station in Howell with other military branches, but Ziegler said a cost-cutting measure moved recruiting operations to Ann ...
Michael A. Rocco, deputy commandant for the Marine Corps' manpower and reserve affairs. The military leaders thanked Congress for its support in the fiscal year 2018 National Defense Authorization Act and the two-year budget deal. President Donald J. Trump signed a $1.3 trillion spending bill in March ...
... near a U.S. Army recruiting center. Velazquez used to be an undocumented immigrant, is now a green card holder, and in October 2017, decided to enlist. “I love this country so much that I'm willing to make the ultimate sacrifice,” he said. Immigrants have served in the military since the Revolutionary War.
All the branches of the armed services have their own style of recruitment, some great, some so-so, some downright awful. I think the U.S. Marine Corps has consistently had the very best recruiting taglines and slogans over the years. It all starts with the Marine's memorable motto, “SEMPER FI” (always ...
After more than 31 years in uniform — and 23 years working for U.S. Army Recruiting Command — Anderson is retiring from the Army. But he won't stop being a recruiter. “Once a ... And while the battalion has the same amount of recruiters as other, similar units, it's often held to much higher standards.



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