Army surgeon general commissions 130 new healthcare professionals
Screen shot of the first nationwide medical virtual commissioning ceremony hosted by the U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Brigade on May 20, 2020. One hundred thirty officers from across the United States raised their right hand and committed themselves to serving in the U.S. Army. U.S. Army Surgeon General Lt. Gen. R. Scott Dingle delivered the Oath of Commissioned Officers.
May 26, 2020 - One hundred and thirty of the Army’s newest healthcare professionals raised their right hands May 20, marking the first-ever, nationwide virtual commissioning hosted by the U.S. Army’s 45th Surgeon General, Lt. Gen. Scott R. Dingle.

Recruiting and Retention College instructor named TRADOC NCO Instructor of the Year
Sgt. 1st Class Rankin holds her medal after completing the Army Ten Miler in Washington, D.C.
May 19, 2020 - For the second year in a row, an instructor from the U.S. Army Recruiting and Retention College has been named the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command Noncommissioned Officer Instructor of the Year. Sgt. 1st Class Heather Rankin was announced among the 2020 winners in a TRADOC memorandum May 8.

Recruiter by day, a battle buddy for life
Sgt. Jayme Mort
May 19, 2020 - During the day Sgt. Jamye Mort works hard to find candidates to join the U.S. Army, but in her off time, she volunteers to help her fellow Soldiers. Mort, a recruiter with the Frederick Company, Baltimore Recruiting Battalion, spends her off-duty hours volunteering with a local non-profit organization that helps veterans and their families cope with mental health and physical issues.

Kansas City Army Recruiting Battalion hosted virtual 10k
May 18, 2020 - There were no aid stations and no trophies were presented; however, the U.S. Army Recruiting Battalion Kansas City found a way to capture road racing’s “community essence” by hosting a virtual 10K April 17.

Army Reserve dentist answered call to service
Capt. Dominic Hohman is an Army Reserve dentist. He joined the U.S. Army Reserve four years after completing dental school and establishing his dental career..
May 11, 2020 - What do you do if you have already graduated dental school, have your own practice and a family, but still feel a call to service? You join the U.S. Army Reserve. That is what Army Dentist Capt. Dominic Hohman did a little over a year ago, and he says he wishes he had done it sooner.