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Army expands medical partnership with Baylor, related jobs expected to grow with new H2F focus
U.S. Army Capt. Jacqueline Tamayo creates a finger cast for an Air Force major at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, Germany. Tamayo is an occupational therapy assistant chief at the center. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Elizabeth Baker)
Jan. 15, 2021 - A contract naming Baylor University as the sponsor of the Army’s new Occupational Therapy Doctoral Program became official today. Baylor is already the sponsor of the Army’s similar programs for creating commissioned physical therapists and nutritionists.

USAREC recognizes 2020 annual award winners
Ronald Shake was named Programs Support Employee of the Year for U.S. Army Recruiting Command during an awards ceremony Wednesday. Shake supports the command's Portland Recruiting Battalion as a civilian employee. (Courtesy photo)
Jan. 14, 2021 - Some of the best in U.S. Army Recruiting Command for fiscal year 2020 were recognized during an online ceremony Wednesday.

From homeless, to green, to gold: An Army officer’s humble beginnings
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.
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.

Gators, community collect toys for Soldiers
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)
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.

AIE pilot to land in Syracuse
AIE
Dec. 17, 2020 - U.S. Army Recruiting Command leaders selected the brigade’s Syracuse Recruiting Battalion to be the pilot location for the new Accessions Information Environment.