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April 3, 2018

Medical Recruiting Brigade human resources specialist is there for Soldier support

When Rosanna Jessop was named U.S. Army Recruiting Command’s Employee of the Year for Outstanding Program Support last year, it inspired her to work even harder for the Soldiers in the Medical Recruiting Brigade.

April 3, 2018

Beating the 71 percent

Motivation and dedication are two qualities extolled among the military, and for one Future Soldier, they proved indispensable in his path to enlistment. Looking at Bailey Sawyer, a 5-foot-10-inch, sharply dressed 18 year old, you'd never know he weighed more than 300 pounds less than two years ago. A former Bonny Eagle High School class president,

April 3, 2018

Guest Commentary: When celebrating high school

April marks the beginning of when 1.8 million college-bound high school seniors will decide on which college to attend in the fall, followed promptly by their parents proudly telling their friends, family, and co-workers of their child's decision, and ending with their high school publishing the list of elite institutions attended by the Class of

April 2, 2018

Phoenix Medical Recruiting Station participates in Stop the Bleed Events

Soldiers from the U.S. Army’s Phoenix Medical Recruiting Station, along with regional medical professionals, trained local residents in Stop the Bleed events held here on March 31.

April 2, 2018

Medical Recruiting Brigade welcomes new command sergeant major

The U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Brigade welcomed a new senior enlisted leader during a change of responsibility ceremony here last month.

March 23, 2018

A Rare Triple Play

They say good things come in threes, and for the Yucca Valley Recruiting Station, that set of three came in the form of siblings - triplets to be exact. Josef, Tanya and Gretchen Szabo recently enlisted into the U.S. Army - all three into combat jobs. Josef enlisted as an infantryman and wants to join the 75th Ranger Regiment. Tanya also chose

March 23, 2018

USAREC deputy commanding general visits

U.S. Army Recruiting Command's deputy commanding general of operations visited the Phoenix Recruiting Battalion area March 20. Brig. Gen. Kevin Vereen toured the East Valley Institute of Technology in Mesa, followed by a visit to the Tempe Recruiting Station.During his visit to EVIT, Vereen observed high school students and adults training on

March 21, 2018

21 MAR 18 *****Attention All 913A and 914A Applicants*****

The Ordnance Branch has made the decision to add a additional 913A and 914A Selection Board (23-27 JUL 18).

March 20, 2018

USAREC DCG visits Phoenix Medical Recruiting Station

U.S. Army Recruiting Command's Deputy Commanding General of Operations, Brigadier General Kevin Vereen's visited the Phoenix Medical Recruiting Station in Phoenix, Ariz. for the unit's situational awareness brief. Joining the DCG-O to discuss the medical recruiting mission were 6th Medical Recruiting Battalion Commander, Lieutenant Colonel Matthew Mapes, Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army, Dr. Randy Groth, and Community Partners.

March 20, 2018

U.S. Army Recruiting and Retention College

The Army’s Recruiting and Retention College achieved an historic feat when a record number of 526 recruiters graduated from the Senior Leader Course recently.Until these graduations, U.S. Army Recruiting Command had one of the largest backlogs in the entire Army of sergeants first class requiring SLC. “I was getting passed over by staff sergeants