NORTH CHICAGO, Ill. –
The United States Military Entrance Processing Command released a new "A Day at the MEPS" video this week.
The six-minute production is a tool USMEPCOM and recruiters use to prepare military applicants for what to expect from the enlistment process before they visit a MEPS, or Military Entrance Processing Station. It takes viewers from arrival at the hotel the night prior through the oath of enlistment ceremony. It is part of the command's dedication to providing red carpet treatment to military applicants and the accessions community
The new video replaces the decade-old version with fresh images and an updated narrative that reflect current enlistment processing standards. It was filmed at the Los Angeles MEPS, the largest of USMEPCOM's 65 MEPS.
Recruiters, applicants and parents can view and share the "A Day at the MEPS" video at http://www.mepcom.army.mil/About-Us/USMEPCOM-Videos/A-Day-at-the-MEPS/.
For more news from USMEPCOM, visit the command's website (http://www.mepcom.army.mil/), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/USMEPCOM), Google+ (https://plus.google.com/+USMilitaryEntranceProcessingCommandNorthChicago) and Flickr (https://www.flickr.com/photos/123763757@N03/).