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Air Force recruiting is in the toilet and senior leaders are sounding the alarm
"Houston, we have a problem.”
Protecting GPS is the Space Force’s most important job, according to their new commercial
"Space is hard."
New Air Force recruiting pitch: It doesn’t matter what you look like, just that you can kick enemy ass
“You don’t know who I am—whether I’m African American, Asian American, Hispanic, White, male or female. You just know I’m an American airman, kicking your butt.”
Meet the Air Force’s most adorable aircraft: the mini C-17
"A lot of people stopped to ask about what looked to them like a new aircraft."
Overweight troops are costing the Pentagon more than $1 billion a year
That's the equivalent cost of 52 Apache attack helicopters going down the drain every year.
This is the Army’s message to parents of prospective soldiers in the wake of Vanessa Guillen’s disappearance
Not the best timing.
Watch the CIA’s first-ever online recruiting ad, claiming a career doing more ‘than you ever dreamed possible’
While the target audience for the streamed video spots is 18-35, all potential recruits would be considered.
Banning COVID-19 survivors from military service is a recruiting mess waiting to happen
Banning individuals with a COVID-19 history prioritizes recruits who have both the geographic and financial ability to self-isolate.
Who did it better: the real Space Force recruiting spot or the trailer for Netflix’s ‘Space Force’?
This is probably the first time in history that the military is figuring out how to prop up a new branch while a major entertainment network sets out to make fun of it every step of the way.
Marine recruiters urge boot camp closures amid pandemic: ‘We are putting lives in danger’
Marine recruiters in the state hit hardest by the novel coronavirus have grave warnings about the military's decision to continue sending young men and women off to boot camp in the middle of a global pandemic.
Army moves to 100% virtual recruiting as COVID-19 continues to spread
"We are soldiers, and we will continue to soldier on."
The military’s ‘war for talent’ is affecting what the Navy’s future ships will look like
The Navy wants their new frigates to be able to operate in open-ocean and near-shore environments and to conduct air, anti-submarine, surface, and electronic warfare and information operations.
The Army wants more soldiers, and it’s using esports to put a ‘finger on the pulse’ of potential recruits
Thousands of soldiers play esports
This 59-year-old veteran left the Army a decade ago. Now he’s headed back to basic training
"To have the opportunity to serve again is a thrill"
A ‘Captain Marvel’ effect? Air Force Academy sees its most female applicants in 5 years
The Air Force effort to hitch its wagon to Captain Marvel's star appears to have been an unreserved success
New Army recruits will now take personality tests to help determine what jobs they’d be good at
The test determines leadership potential, resilience, and can even reveal how well the recruit would do on the fitness test.
Navy recruiters get in on the VR game, showing potential sailors what it’s like to drive a special warfare boat
"The simulation gives them an opportunity to see the different mission areas the Navy has."
Top Democrat wants the Army to assess whether TikTok poses ‘national security risks’
How are recruiters supposed to connect with the kids?
Army recruiters are still using TikTok amid national security probe
The U.S. military has not issued any warnings about using the highly popular Chinese-owned social media app TikTok in the wake of reports that the U.S. government has launched a review into possible national security risks.
The Army is praying that Generation Z will take the service to a whole new level
The Army has a really optimistic view of Generation Z, and as a Millennial who has been blamed for ruining everything under the sun, may I just say — must be nice!
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 original ‘Top Gun’ was a recruiter’s dream. The sequel will be anything but
Popcorn sales will be through the roof in 2020, but recruitment numbers won't skyrocket like they did in 1986
No, the US military shouldn’t lower the enlistment age to 16 so children can fight
There are bad ideas, and then there are bad ideas
Army signs its third state-wide agreement to guarantee soldiers job interviews after their service
Army Under Secretary Ryan McCarthy said the program is a way to "draw closer with local communities."
Some schools are barring recruiters from talking to students, Army secretary says
Army Secretary Mark Esper said on Friday that some schools "are not letting our recruiters in" to talk to students, and some school counselors "are not even presenting [the Army] as an opportunity, the chance to serve their country."