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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.

Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Kenneth Rosado
Language skills help soldiers serve
By Donald Bohanner | May 28, 2020
Multilingual Soldiers are finding themselves in high demand as volunteer workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Eight Soldiers from the Southern California Recruiting Battalion volunteer at the Saddleback Church food pantry each Wednesday and Saturday. Their ability to translate information to Spanish is helping families navigate the current crisis.

SAN DIEGO – Huntington Beach Recruiting Company Commander Capt. Jake Taeckens, podium, swears in his brother, Josh on March 19, 2020 at the San Diego Military Entrance and Processing Facility, while maintaining safe social distance. The Taeckens’ became brothers-in-arms during one of the final days of San Diego MEPS operations, prior to U.S. Army Recruiters switching to all-online recruiting efforts. For more information on Army Careers available during the COVID-19 outbreak, text: ALA0 to GOARMY (462769).
Digital Army Recruiting Remains Active
By | March 24, 2020
All Southern California U.S. Army recruiting stations are connecting with the public digitally to limit in-person contact.

Staff Sgt. Michael Marl and Staff. Sgt. Isaiah Locklear, Army recruiters assigned to the Central California Recruiting Battalion, received the Soldier's Medal during a ceremony held in San Francisco on Nov. 9. The recruiters received this award for their quick actions during a shooting at the Tanforan Mall in San Bruno, California this past July. Marl and Locklear ensured the safety of applicants visiting their recruiting station before running towards the gunfire. They provided aid to two young boys who were injured during the incident.
Central California Army recruiters receive Soldier's Medal
By Maj. Jessica Rovero | Nov. 14, 2019
Two Army recruiters assigned to the Central California Army Recruiting Battalion received the Soldier's Medal during a ceremony held in San Francisco, California Nov. 9.

Defender of Liberty Award
CG Defender of Liberty award 4th quarter announcement
By USAREC PAO | Oct. 3, 2019
Congratulations to the following 138 stations and 11 companies for achieving the USAREC 4th quarter of fiscal year 2019 Defender of Liberty award. The criteria to receive this award is earned through hard work, perseverance, and sheer dedication as a team to every facet of the Recruiting mission.

Civilian Employees of the year announced
2019 USAREC Civilian Employees of the Year announced
By | 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.

Welcome to the United States Army 6th Recruiting Brigade ~

"Mission Statement"

The Outrider Brigade conducts recruiting operations to achieve all missions and provide the strength for a transforming, relevant and ready combat force while the Nation is at war.

"Vision Statement"

100% Mission accomplishment by recruiting a quality force through integrity, dignity and respect

       A team of Warriors, who with the Warrior Ethos and Wellbeing, are well motivated, well disciplined, well trained, and technically and tactically competent

          A Brigade where Soldiers and Families want to serve and grow personally and professionally; composed of strong networks of Families and Family Readiness Groups

 

Mailing Address:

ATTN: (Office & Name)
United States Army
HQ, 6th Recruiting Brigade
4539 No. 5th St.
North Las Vegas, NV 89031

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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

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Department of the Army
ATTN: (Office & Name)

HQ, 6th Recruiting Brigade
4539 No. 5th St.
North Las Vegas, NV 89031
 

Brigade Headquarters
702-639-2000

Brigade XO
702-639-2005

APA
702-639-2071

RT
702-639-2058

Soldier &  Family Assistance
702-639-2010

Budget & Accounting
702-639-2090

IMO
702-639-2066

Ed Spec
702-639-2028

Facilities
702-639-2024

S-1
702-639-2080

S-3
702-639-2032

S-4
702-639-2085

Chaplain

702-639-2026

Retention 

702-639-2014