Army leaders recognize top recruiters for recent success
Meritorious Service Medals presented to the Army's top recruiters of the first quarter of fiscal year 2020 during a ceremony at the Pentagon's Hall of Heroes in Arlington, Va., Jan. 22, 2020. (Photo Credit: Eboni EversonMyart)
Jan. 23, 2020 - Army leaders honored some of the force's top recruiters at a ceremony Wednesday for their efforts in placing nearly 200 recruits in uniform during the first quarter of this fiscal year. Sixteen recruiters from across U.S. Army Recruiting Command were recognized at the ceremony inside the Pentagon's Hall of Heroes, including two staff sergeants from the same recruiting station in California.

1SG Brian Filipowski: A temporary setback takes him to the top
Jan. 22, 2020 - The first sergeant of U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Company, Houston unexpectedly tore his bicep tendon during a team-building event and a match of ultimate Frisbee in 2018. This injury led to surgery, months of rehabilitation, and a temporary setback that changed his life.

IES Communications becomes latest Army PaYS partner
Capt. James Hur (left), executive officer, Phoenix Recruiting Battalion, presents a Partnership for Youth Success (PaYS) plaque to Matt Simmes, president, Integrated Electrical Services Communications, during a PaYS program partnership signing event at IES headquarters Jan. 21 in Tempe, Arizona. (Photo by Alun Thomas, Phoenix Recruiting Battalion Public Affairs)
Jan. 21, 2020 - The Partnership for Youth Success program held a partnership signing agreement between the U.S. Army and Integrated Electrical Services Communications Jan. 21 at IES headquarters in Tempe, Arizona. The agreement between IES and PaYS is part of a program designed to prepare, train and connect Soldiers to future employers.

Top recruiters 1st quarter FY20
USAREC 1st Quarter FY20 Top Recruiters
Jan. 15, 2020 - The Army’s top recruiters will be recognized by Army senior leaders at the Hall of Heroes in the Pentagon Jan. 22. Sixteen recruiters from across U.S. Army Recruiting Command will be highlighted for their success in the first quarter of fiscal 2020.

Army recruiter helped five Illinois siblings enlist
The five Wierzbicki siblings, Haley, Mason, Austin, Sequia and Sierra, take a photo with Staff Sgt. Lucas Jansson (center), station commander for Peru Army Recruiting Station Jan. 3. All five chose to enlist over the past two years.
Jan. 10, 2020 - It’s fairly common to enlist two siblings from the same family, sometimes three, but it is a truly rare occurrence when one recruiter enlists five individuals from one family.