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Premedical students gain Army insight at AMSA Premed Fest
Army Sgt. Andrew Yosten, a combat medic and medical recruiter for the U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Station, Houston, works with premedical students during a Stop-the-Bleed Clinic during the American Medical Student Association Premed Fest at Texas A&M University Nov. 24.
Dec. 5, 2019 - The U.S. Army 5th Medical Recruiting Battalion coordinated clinical skills training for over 200 premedical students during the American Medical Student Association’s Premed Fest at Texas A&M University Nov. 23-24.

Recruiting and Retention College change of responsibility
Col. Christopher Stallings passes the sword of the noncommissioned officer to Command Sgt. Maj. Craig Russell, incoming command sergeant major, signifying the change of responsibility between Russell and Command Sgt. Maj. Joseph Multunas, outgoing command sergeant major, during the Recruiting and Retention College Change of Responsibility that took place at Fort Knox, Kentucky Nov. 21.
Nov. 22, 2019 - Leaders and staff of the Recruiting and Retention College bid farewell to one leader and welcomed another during a change of responsibility ceremony here Nov. 21.

Central California Army recruiters receive Soldier's Medal
Staff Sgt. Michael Marl and Staff. Sgt. Isaiah Locklear, Army recruiters assigned to the Central California Recruiting Battalion, received the Soldier's Medal during a ceremony held in San Francisco on Nov. 9. The recruiters received this award for their quick actions during a shooting at the Tanforan Mall in San Bruno, California this past July. Marl and Locklear ensured the safety of applicants visiting their recruiting station before running towards the gunfire. They provided aid to two young boys who were injured during the incident.
Nov. 14, 2019 - Two Army recruiters assigned to the Central California Army Recruiting Battalion received the Soldier's Medal during a ceremony held in San Francisco, California Nov. 9.

U.S. Army Announces New Ad Campaign “What’s Your Warrior?” Introduces Breadth and Depth of Army Careers to New Generation
What's Your Warrior campaign graphic.
Nov. 9, 2019 - The U.S. Army’s new marketing campaign “What’s Your Warrior?” is set to launch in mid-November as a new way for local recruiters to connect with Generation Z.

The 5th MRB donates lifesaving blood during military blood drive
Maj. Charles Wyatt (left), executive officer, 5th Medical Recruiting Battalion, donates blood at a mobile blood drive hosted by the Armed Services Blood Program with Lt. Col. Mary Rivera (right), commander, 5th MRB, at the Jimmy Brought Fitness Center, Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, Texas, Oct. 30.
Nov. 1, 2019 - The 5th Medical Recruiting Battalion teamed up with the Armed Services Blood Program to host a mobile blood drive at the Jimmy Brought Fitness Center, Oct. 30.