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Missouri native Gabrielle Zoellner poses with her recruiter, Staff Sgt. Eugene Ward, at the Cape Girardeau Recruiting Station. Zoellner will train to become an Army intelligence analyst. Recruiters plan to carry out a mass recruiting drive starting May 10 through June 14, 2021, to add future officers and enlisted Soldiers to its pool of talent. During hundreds of virtual hiring fairs, potential recruits nationwide will have the opportunity for one-on-one meetings with recruiters and can learn about signing bonuses of up to $40,000 or student loan reimbursements of up to $65,000. (Courtesy photo)
Soldiers see Army as viable career option
By Joseph Lacdan | May 10, 2021
Joining the Army started as a daydream for Gabrielle Zoellner as she sat in her middle school classroom. But she quickly began to view the Army as a career choice during her high school years.

Fifteen very-soon-to-be U.S. Army second lieutenants take the oath of office during their commissioning ceremony at Clemson University, May 10, 2107. Recruiters plan to carry out a mass recruiting drive starting May 10 through June 14 to add future officers and enlisted Soldiers to its pool of talent. During hundreds of virtual hiring fairs, potential recruits nationwide will have the opportunity for one-on-one meetings with recruiters and can learn about signing bonuses of up to $40,000 or student loan reimbursements of up to $65,000.

(Staff Sgt. Ken Scar)
Army seeks future officers during virtual hiring spree
By Thomas Brading | May 10, 2021
Even though death threats were common in Iraq during the mid-2000s, the scare tactic still left M. Sayer a bit unnerved while he worked as a linguist for the U.S. military.

Once a homeless teenager, 1st. Lt. Matthew Mickey is now an executive officer for U.S. Army Recruiting Command’s Bronx Recruiting Company in New York City.
From homeless, to green, to gold: An Army officer’s humble beginnings
By Jason Schaap | Jan. 8, 2021
Orphaned and alone, 1st Lt. Matthew Mickey was a homeless teenager when he walked into an Army recruiting station in 2001. Now he is an executive officer for the Army in New York City, nearly 20 years after attacks there changed the course of his life.

Mariana Marin Marrero, 10 months, plays with toys that were collected during Operation Homefront's annual holiday toy drive. Mariana is the daughter of Staff Sgt. Lorraine M. Marrero Olson, a Soldier assigned to a U.S. Army Recruiting Command station in Naples, Fla. (Courtesy photo)
Gators, community collect toys for Soldiers
By Jason Schaap | Dec. 18, 2020
It was the first week for collecting toys and Kristen Fry didn’t know what to expect when she walked into Dollar Tree. It was a rough year, 2020. People might not be able to give as much. She introduced herself to the manager.

A gunman fired shots into a recruiting station in Greensboro, North Carolina, the evening of Dec. 14, causing damage to the facility entrance but no injuries to any military personnel.
Recruiters safe after shots fired at North Carolina station
By | Dec. 17, 2020
A gunman fired shots into a recruiting station in Greensboro, North Carolina, the evening of Dec. 14, causing damage to the facility entrance but no injuries to any military personnel.

Welcome to the United States Army 2nd Recruiting Brigade

~ Mission ~

The 2nd Recruiting Brigade recruits highly qualified volunteers to enable the US Army to win in a complex environment.

~ Intent ~

2nd Brigade provides the Army with highly qualified and ready Soldiers regardless of changing culture, economy or military conditions; simultaneously shaping the operational environment in support of the Recruiter.

~ Endstate ~

2nd Recruiting Brigade exceeds the FY19 quality and contract mission by category; develops competent, confident small unit leaders empowered to execute their mission; shapes the operational environment; creates and enforces systems and processes that that reinforce mission success while caring for Soldiers, Civilians, and Families. Conditions set for FY20.

Mailing Address:

ATTN: (Office & Name)
United States Army
HQ, 2nd Recruiting Brigade
3435 Snooper Road
Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898

After Hours / Emergency Contact:

BDE XO ~ (256) 746-6696
HHC CDR ~ (256) 746-6686

Please forward any questions or comments to 2nd Recruiting Brigade Webmaster.

 

If you are interested in joining the Army, call 1-800-USA-ARMY,  Ext. 181 or visit www.goarmy.com.

If you are interested in the Army Reserve, call 1-800-USA-ARMY, Ext. 182 or visit www.goarmyreserve.com

Welcome to the 2nd Recruiting Brigade

On behalf of the Soldiers, Civilians, Contractors, and Families of the 2nd Recruiting Brigade, I want to welcome you to “Team Eagle”!  You can take great pride in joining the Family of the Army’s premier recruiting brigade.  If you are new to recruiting, you are embarking on what will be the most challenging yet ultimately fulfilling and rewarding assignment of your career.  If you are coming from another recruiting assignment, then get ready to take it to the next level!

Team Eagle recruits across the eight Southeastern states, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. We are organized into eight recruiting battalions, 46 recruiting companies and more than 265 recruiting stations.

The Command Team and I are absolutely committed to providing the quality of life you and your Families deserve, while still accomplishing our immensely important mission.  For many of you, this assignment represents the first time you will live away from an installation environment.  While we have a number of military social events, take the time to integrate into your local civilian community.  We live in some of the most beautiful and exciting areas in the U.S.; it’s an opportunity that shouldn’t be overlooked.

While assigned to Team Eagle, you will find that you will come to represent all that is good about the All-Volunteer Force.  With that comes tremendous responsibility and great demands.  To meet these demands, we are committed to promoting an environment of open communication, implementing personal and professional development and training programs, and ultimately fostering a learning organization focused on our most precious asset…our People.  We will provide the Strength of our Army with precision, and we will do so with integrity and while maintaining a high Quality Of Life.

As you begin your travel to your new assignment within the brigade, I ask that you be safe and plan accordingly.  We want you here as part of our Team.  If you are in need of any assistance, please let the chain of command know so we can help in your transition.

Jason Kerr 

Colonel, US Army
Commanding

2ND RECRUITING BRIGADE
SOCIAL MEDIA

  

2ND RECRUITING BRIGADE BATTALIONS

CONTACTS - 2ND RECRUITING BRIGADE

Department of the Army
ATTN: (Office & Name)
HQ, 2nd Recruiting Brigade
3435 Snooper Road
Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898
 

Command Group
(256) 450-9500

Executive Officer
(256) 450-9503

Advertising and Public Affairs
(256) 450-9543

HQ Commandant
(256) 450-9530

Trainers
(256) 450-9573
 
Soldier & Family Assistance Program Manager
(256) 450-9553
 

S-8
(256) 450-9581

IMO
(256) 450-9595

Education  Services
(256) 450-9528

Facilities
(256) 842-1625

S-1
(256) 450-9533

MMA (S-2)
(256) 450-9548

Operations (S-3)
(256) 450-9557

Supply (S-4)
(256) 450-1605 / (256) 450-1615

SJA
(256) 450-9520

EO Advisor
(256) 450-9527

SARC
(256) 876-0755

Chaplain
(256) 450-9549