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New recruiting efforts include emphasis on 22 cities
Future Soldiers from the Phoenix Recruiting Battalion participate in a joint-service mass oath of enlistment ceremony during halftime of Arizona State University's Salute to Service college football game between ASU and the University of California, Los Angeles, Nov. 10, in Tempe, Arizona. The Army has been retooling its recruiting strategy that includes emphasis on 22 cities. (Photo Credit: Alun Thomas)
Feb. 11, 2019 - The Army's new accession strategy includes expanding into major metropolitan areas and more into social media to reach a more diverse, qualified audience, leaders said in a Pentagon briefing Jan. 31.

Army Recruiting selects athletes for new competitive Warrior Fitness Team
Capt. Rachel Schreiber doing on overhead squat during the U.S. Army Warrior Fitness Team Tryouts
Feb. 11, 2019 - Fifteen Soldier-athletes will be the first members of the new Warrior Fitness Team, the latest addition to the line-up of outreach programs developed to support the U.S. Army’s recruiting effort.

Army recruiter ARCHIEzzle tells Soldier's story on YouTube
Staff Sgt. Archie Masibay poses for a photo with his wife, Flor. Serving as a recruiter in Brentwood, California, Masibay, also known as ARCHIEzzle, highlights Army topics that inform, entertain, and motivate others. And while
Feb. 7, 2019 - For over a decade and long before joining the Army, Staff Sgt. Archie Masibay has gazed directly into his camera, welcoming his YouTube community with the same opening line: "What's going on everyone -- ARCHIEzzle here!"

Army secretary honors top recruiters
The top Army leaders and top recruiters at the start of the recruiter recognition ceremony.
Feb. 5, 2019 - Traveling about half the time of the year as a recruiter, Staff Sgt. Jon McCoy heavily relies on his wife to take care of their toddler and home.

Partnerships between Civilian Hospitals and US Army Surgical Teams Increase Recruiting and Retention Capabilities for Army Health Care
Feb. 5, 2019 - At Cooper University Health Care Center, in Camden, NJ hospital staff and US Army representatives gathered to officially recognize a partnership between the hospital, the community, and US Army Medicine.