U.S. Army expected to achieve recruiting mission
Future Soldiers from the Miami Recruiting Battalion take the oath of enlistment during the Air and Sea Show in Miami Beach, Florida. (U.S. Army photo by Lara Poirrier)
Sept. 17, 2019 - The Department of the Army announced at the Pentagon today that it will achieve its regular Army recruiting goal of 68,000 new Soldiers this year. The recruiting goal was met in large part because of an overhauled recruiting approach and an increase in recruiters. “We are extremely proud of the Army’s recruiting efforts,” said acting secretary of the Army, Ryan D. McCarthy. “We changed the way we do business and got results. We are ensuring the Army is ready now and investing in the future."

2019 USAREC Civilian Employees of the Year announced
Civilian Employees of the year announced
Sept. 10, 2019 - U.S. Army Recruiting Command congratulates its 2019 Civilian Employees of the Year, who were selected from the headquarters and brigade-level winners.

Machine Gun Minute: T-Shirt Cannons
Machine Gun Minute
Sept. 10, 2019 - Maj. Gen. Frank Muth, Chief Warrant Officer Troy DeGolyer and Command Sgt. Maj. Tabitha Gavia demonstrate an asset available to the USAREC team: T-shirt cannons! Find out more about access to the cannons and other marketing tools.

Houston Medical Recruiting Company host biennial ceremony “The Avenger Way!”
Capt. Ryan Sanders, outgoing company commander, Houston Medical Recruiting Company, provides remarks during the Houston Medical Recruiting Company change of command ceremony, at the Hermann Park Conservancy, Houston, Texas, Sept. 5.
Sept. 9, 2019 - Soldiers assigned to the Houston Medical Recruiting Company carry out the U.S. Army’s medical recruiting mission across four states (southeast Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and part of west Mississippi). But they were able to rally together in Houston for their company’s biennial change of command ceremony at Hermann Park Conservancy, Sept. 5.

Machine Gun Minute: 2 Minute Drill
Machine Gun Minute
Sept. 4, 2019 - Maj. Gen. Frank Muth, commanding general, U.S. Army Recruiting Command, and Command Sgt. Maj. Tabitha Gavia introduce the 2-Minute Drill. Find out about a new incentive.