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Feb. 24, 2021

Extremism not acceptable for present, future Soldiers

It was voiced in the universal language of all caps in bold type: “THERE IS NO PLACE FOR EXTREMISM IN OUR ARMY.”

Feb. 22, 2021

Joining elite language, tech Soldiers includes bonus up to $40K

The .50-caliber bullets rained down for eight days before Sgt. 1st Class Jake’s team caught a break. The enemy combatant behind the high-powered weapon sent out a radio message. Jake’s ultramodern equipment intercepted it and a highly-skilled teammate translated from their position on a hilltop in Afghanistan.

Feb. 10, 2021

Incentive lets Future Soldiers get ‘PaY’d now, gain employment later

Amazon, Tesla and Disney all agree. The U.S. Army has the talent they want.

Feb. 3, 2021

Next virtual fair campaign gets bold ‘boost’

When it comes to recruiting, the commander of U.S. Army Recruiting Command, Maj. Gen. Kevin Vereen, said “it’s all about making the next event better than the last one.”

Jan. 29, 2021

Fire, Snow, and a Call to Serve: Army past, public service important parts of Future Soldier

Foxholes, chocolate and cigarettes. That is what Tessa Morris remembers about her first Army conversation with her grandpa.

Jan. 26, 2021

From America’s Strongest Woman to new world record

Army Staff Sgt. Gabriele Burgholzer crushed the world women’s middleweight record in the Mouser Block, hefting a metal box filled with 194 pounds of cast iron plates over her head during the Mammoth Strength Challenge on Jan. 23 in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Jan. 26, 2021

Experience Needed: Enlistment program rewards Future Soldiers for civilian skills

It was the layoffs that really grabbed Paul Treves’ attention. He had been a master machinist developing prototypes for a Fortune 500 company nearly seven years. Friends and coworkers who had been there more than twice that were not only getting cut from the payroll, they couldn’t find employers willing to pay their former salaries.

Jan. 25, 2021

Soldier and Family Assistance Branch to host dating violence, awareness classes in February

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, and U.S. Army Recruiting Command is offering several virtual classes for its families to ensure parents and teens understand how to navigate the current dating environment in a safe and healthy way.The command’s Soldier and Family Assistance Branch will host courses throughout the month to discuss

Jan. 19, 2021

Financial management training helps prepare Future Soldiers

Future Soldiers will now receive financial management training prior to attending Basic Combat Training, as the first in a series of classes throughout their careers designed to help Soldiers avoid financial troubles while securing a better financial future.

Jan. 15, 2021

Army expands medical partnership with Baylor, related jobs expected to grow with H2F focus

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.

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