RRC NCOA 79R 79S

RRC Announcements

8 June 2020

The Recruiting and Retention College will resume resident training using a 3-phased, conditions-based approach.  Phase 1 starts on June 15th with the resident Army Recruiter Course (ARC) Classes 031 and 036.  Students scheduled for these and other upcoming ARC classes will receive welcome letters via email with specific guidance related to course attendance.  Phase 2 starts on July 1st with the addition of the resident Career Counselor (79S) Course and the Senior Leader Courses (79R and 79S).  The Recruiting Station Commander, Company Commander / First Sergeant, and the Pre-Command Distance Learning courses will continue as scheduled.  Based on conditions, Phase 3 will start on August 1st with all resident courses resuming at the RRC.  The RRC team will provide additional information related to the resumption of resident courses in the near future.  If you have questions regarding an upcoming course that you are enrolled in, please contact SFC Robert R. Austin, RRC Training Management Division by email at robert.r.austin6.mil@mail.mil.  He will be able to answer your questions related to course implementation.

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RECRUITING AND RETENTION COLLEGE LEADERSHIP


U.S. Army Recruiting and Retention College Commandant
Col. Christopher Stallings
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Dean, U.S. Army Recruiting and Retention College
Dr. Louis "Wes" Smith
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RRC Command Sergeant Major
Command Sgt. Maj. Craig L. Russell
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Mission: Train and educate military and civilian leaders and develop complementary concepts, doctrine, organization, material and training across the spectrum of recruiting and retention to support requirements for America's decisive force.

Vision: Well-trained, disciplined and values-based professionals collectively known as the Army's premier training and learning institute enabling leaders to excel in a complex operating environment.