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Army offers new recruits big $50,000 bonus to blow on irresponsible sh-t
“You know how many [Camaros] and Mustangs are gonna be bought in Columbus, GA?”
The Army disabled comments on new recruiting commercials amid criticism it’s too ‘woke’
“Each soldier in ‘The Calling’ has their own unique background and story to tell."
Army eSports team will reverse ban on Twitch users who asked about war crimes
The team will start streaming again "in the near future."
The Army esports team doesn’t feel bad about banning you for asking about war crimes
“What’s your favorite U.S. war crime?”
The Army wants to bring in 10,000 new soldiers during a three-day recruiting spree
"We're excited to bring young men and women into our force so they can learn, listen, and actually become part of the greatest Army on the face of the Earth."
The Army’s new recruiting commercial is all about stepping up during the COVID-19 crisis
"When the unbelievable happens, the unbelievable rise to meet it."
The Army is putting a two-week pause on shipping trainees to basic over COVID-19
The conditions-based pause will be reassessed after the first two weeks
Top Democrat wants the Army to assess whether TikTok poses ‘national security risks’
How are recruiters supposed to connect with the kids?
Calling all gamers: the Army’s Esports team is ready for its close-up
The Army wanted a slice of the multi-million dollar Esports pie
The Army may have hit this year’s recruiting goal, but the service still has a long way to go
Despite touting new initiatives, digital platforms, and marketing techniques (and lowering its goal by 12,000 in 2019 amid a more modest growth plan in the next five years), the Army is not in the clear yet
Recruiters rejoice — The Army has met its recruiting goal for this year
Army leaders everywhere can breath a sigh of relief.
The Army is investigating how a 19-year-old diagnosed with autism was recruited
"USAREC has initiated an inquiry into this matter."
Army recruiting company commander suspended after using Nazi phrase in a memo
An investigation is underway.
Yes, the Army encourages this sergeant to play video games all day (for recruiting purposes)
The purpose is to help Army recruiting by showing gamers — and there are a lot of them in the 17- to 35-year-old demographic — that they may have more in common with soldiers than they think, Jones said.
Army recruiters signed off on hundreds of recruits who hadn’t passed a required fitness test
Recruiters were under pressure to meet recruiting goals for 2017.
Army now offering recruits up to $40,000 to join the infantry
"You've got to ship in August and September. If you ship in October, you don't get the bonus."
The US Army’s New Recruiting Commercial Is So Bad It’s Great
What can be said about the Army’s sleek new marketing campaign that isn’t glaringly obvious? I assume that by this...
The Army Is Looking For Recruits In Cities That May Not Like The Military
The Army is looking for new soldiers in 22 cities that have not been traditional hotbeds of recruiting, said Gen....
The Army Is Fielding Hundreds Of More Recruiters After Failing To Bring In New Soldiers
WASHINGTON — The Army is adding hundreds of new recruiters after failing to get as many new soldiers to enlist...
The Army Missed Its Recruiting Goal For The First Time Since 2005
The Army has fallen short of its recruiting goal for fiscal 2018, which had already been lowered in April from...
Report: The Army Is Embracing Drug Waivers To Help Fill Its Ranks
The Army is increasingly relying on waivers for bad conduct or drug use for potential recruits in order to help...
How To Fix The Army’s Recruiting Crisis
Almost 17 years into Global War on Terror operations, the gulf that marks the familiarity gap between the military and...
The Recruiters: Searching For The Next Generation Of Warfighters In A Divided America
"The running joke where we recruit is that we’re the Cleveland Browns, because we always lose."
McCain Threatens Gridlock Over Army Mental-Health Waivers
WASHINGTON — A slate of Pentagon nominees faced off with a Senate panel Tuesday about the changes facing military recruiting today, as...