Go A Mile Higher



Headquartered in Denver, the battalion is one of the largest units within U.S. Army Recruiting Command, encompassing an area of more than 200,000 square miles. Overseeing operations across 39 recruiting centers located in Colorado; Nebraska; and parts of Wyoming, Denver Battalion’s primary mission is to discover and recruit the most qualified and eligible populations for service in the U.S. Army (active duty) and Army Reserve.

The responsibilities of the Denver Army Recruiting Battalion are many, but our primary reason for being is to recruit the highest quality individuals to meet the requirements of the U.S. Army and Army Reserve.

This site is geared toward:

  • Soldiers arriving to the Denver Battalion
  • Future Soldiers of America
  • Parents, Teachers, Career Counselors and Influencers
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eighteen male and female soldiers in green camouflage uniforms stand in front of a screen with pictures and words on it. Some of the Soldiers have a red white and blue ribbon with a gold medallion around their necks. Three Soldiers are holding framed certificates and ring boxes. The carpet they are standing on is brown and yellow.

The U.S. Army Recruiting Command Commanding General Maj. Gen. Frank Muth (far left) and Command Sgt. Maj. Tabitha Gavia (far right) take a photo with recruiters from the Raleigh Recruiting Battalion. Sgt. 1st Class Esther Kuttler, Sgt. 1st Class Jeffrey Thompson, Staff Sgt. Michael Crump, Jr., Staff Sgt. Paul Ernandes, Staff Sgt. Tanesha Friday, Staff Sgt. Jamus Lee, Staff Sgt. David Miller, Staff Sgt. Darius Streeter are the first Soldiers to receive the Glenn E. Morrell Award in 10 years. The Morrell Award is the ultimate achievement award for recruiting excellence. (Photo by Amanda Surmeier, USAREC public affairs)

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