Welcome to the Milwaukee Recruiting Battalion


    Welcome to the Milwaukee Recruiting Battalion!  The Milwaukee Battalion is headquarters to four Wisconsin-based recruiting companies located in Milwaukee, Madison, Appleton and Fort McCoy, one Michigan-based recruiting company in Iron Mountain, and one Illinois-based recruiting company located in Loves Park.  All together, the Battalion supports 39 Army recruiting facilities.

    This website is largely intended for the incoming recruiter and contain instructions for in-processing as well as various resources for family members.  For members of the public and media who have general inquiries about the Army or Army recruiting, please contact our Office of Public Affairs at 414-577-2519 or via email.


    Again, welcome to the Milwaukee Recruiting Battalion.  Win and Conquer!

    Vision Statement

    Recruit & Win with integrity, beholding to the Army Values and with Marauder and Legends Pride.

    Battalion Priorities

    • Army Reserve and Army Reserve PS
    • High School Penetration
    • Future Soldier Retention
    • WOFT and AR OC and RA OCS


    If you are interested in joining the Army, call 1-800-USA-ARMY,
     ext. 181 or visit

    If you are interested in the Army Reserve, call 1-800-USA-ARMY,
    ext. 182 or visit


    If you are interested in joining the Army, call 1-800-USA-ARMY,
     ext. 181 or visit

    If you are interested in the Army Reserve, call 1-800-USA-ARMY,
    ext. 182 or visit

    Looking for additional information? Please direct questions or comments to:  3rd Recruiting Brigade Webmaster






      Spec. Hegeman Tiedt enlists in the Army as a combat medic specialist

      By Luke Petrovich, Milwaukee Army Recruiting Battalion November 2, 2020

      Burlington, WI – Teamwork and dedication have been an important part of Hegeman Tiedt’s life. As a member of the University of Wisconsin Badger football team for three years, he had those values instilled in him on a daily basis. Now he is ready to put on a new uniform as he enlists into the United States Army as a combat medic specialist.

        There are countless similarities between a competitive football team and a U.S. Army unit. As Tiedt put it, “The Army offers a very similar brotherhood and team atmosphere, especially when it comes to great work ethic.” Indeed Tiedt’s work ethic has already started to pay off as he will enter the Army with an airborne contract and the rank of specialist.

        After graduating from the University of Wisconsin with a bachelor’s degree in legal studies and a certificate in criminal justice, Tiedt wanted to find a career where he could help others. When asked why he choose to join the U.S. Army, Tiedt said, “I wanted to be a part of something much bigger than myself, to serve and give back to my country and community.”

        Not only will Tiedt be helping his fellow soldiers in his chosen career path as combat medic specialist, he noted, “I’m looking forward to be able to not only serve my country but also to learn skills that I can carry into a civilian career”. With his training as a medic in the Army, Tiedt will be able to obtain helpful certifications and experience in the health field or as an emergency medical technician.

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