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From fully funded tuition to a $2,300+ monthly stipend, the Health Professions Scholarship Program allows medical students to focus on what matters most—honing their expertise. The Health Professions Scholarship Program is offered to medical/dental student, veterinary students, some nursing specialties and other specialty students like clinical/counseling psychology and optometry.  

 

U.S. Army Maj. and chaplain Jeff Struecker captivated Liberty University students with a riveting tale of fearlessness, bravery and discipleship, challenging them to "not be ordinary" and transform the world wherever they go.

 

                                  

  From Malaria to Zika, the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research has been a leader in developing vaccines against infectious diseases around the globe for more than 120 years. This video shows key Army milestones in vaccine development.

 

 

Lt. Gen. Nadja West when from being an orphan to a three-star general. She is the highest-ranking African American woman in U.S. history and she is a physician. 

 

 

The American portion of Beyond the Horizon training exercise involves 1,800 personnel form the U.S. Army, Air Force and Marine Corps. The task force is providing medical and dental treatment at five locations within La Paz, El Salvador. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Top individuals and units received recognition from U.S. Army Recruiting Command’s senior leaders during a ceremony here July 29. 

During this week’s Commanders Conference with the brigade command teams, Maj. Gen. Kevin Vereen and Command Sgt. Maj. John Foley highlighted the USAREC Best Warriors, the top recruiting noncommissioned officers for 3rd quarter, and the top units for the first half of fiscal 2021 (October 2020-March 2021).

(U.S. Army photo by Lara Poirrier)
USAREC recognizes top NCOs, units, Best Warriors during Fort Knox ceremony
By USAREC Public Affairs | July 30, 2021
Top individuals and units received recognition from U.S. Army Recruiting Command’s senior leaders during a ceremony here July 29.

Ten recruiting noncommissioned officers officially joined the U.S. Army Recruiting Command chapter of the prestigious Sergeant Audie Murphy Club during an induction ceremony here today.

(U.S. Army photo by Lara Poirrier)
10 recruiting NCOs join Sergeant Audie Murphy Club
By | July 29, 2021
Ten recruiting noncommissioned officers officially joined the U.S. Army Recruiting Command chapter of the prestigious Sergeant Audie Murphy Club during an induction ceremony here today.

U.S. Army photo by Lara Poirrier
Army Chief of Staff recognizes Top Recruiting Company Command Teams
By Andre’ Hampton | July 16, 2021
Thirteen recruiting officers and noncommissioned officers headed to the Pentagon July 13 for a recognition ceremony hosted by the Army chief of staff.

Group photo of all the USAREC Best Warrior competitors.

While at Fort Knox, the competitors demonstrated their Soldier skills through a variety of events throughout the week, to include a 12-mile ruck march, water combat fitness test, obstacle course, land navigation, and various weapons tasks. This competition does not include recruiting tasks, as it is separate from the USAREC Recruiting NCOs of the Year competition.

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USAREC names Best Warrior to represent the command at TRADOC competition
By | May 27, 2021
After a week of grueling competition and intense board appearances, U.S. Army Recruiting Command announced the winner of its Best Warrior Competition May 20.

Missouri native Gabrielle Zoellner poses with her recruiter, Staff Sgt. Eugene Ward, at the Cape Girardeau Recruiting Station. Zoellner will train to become an Army intelligence analyst. Recruiters plan to carry out a mass recruiting drive starting May 10 through June 14, 2021, to add future officers and enlisted Soldiers to its pool of talent. During hundreds of virtual hiring fairs, potential recruits nationwide will have the opportunity for one-on-one meetings with recruiters and can learn about signing bonuses of up to $40,000 or student loan reimbursements of up to $65,000. (Courtesy photo)
Soldiers see Army as viable career option
By Joseph Lacdan | May 10, 2021
Joining the Army started as a daydream for Gabrielle Zoellner as she sat in her middle school classroom. But she quickly began to view the Army as a career choice during her high school years.

Fifteen very-soon-to-be U.S. Army second lieutenants take the oath of office during their commissioning ceremony at Clemson University, May 10, 2107. Recruiters plan to carry out a mass recruiting drive starting May 10 through June 14 to add future officers and enlisted Soldiers to its pool of talent. During hundreds of virtual hiring fairs, potential recruits nationwide will have the opportunity for one-on-one meetings with recruiters and can learn about signing bonuses of up to $40,000 or student loan reimbursements of up to $65,000.

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Army seeks future officers during virtual hiring spree
By Thomas Brading | May 10, 2021
Even though death threats were common in Iraq during the mid-2000s, the scare tactic still left M. Sayer a bit unnerved while he worked as a linguist for the U.S. military.

Army Captain Jerome C. Ferrin, an Army nurse and recruiter assigned to the U.S. Army Medical Recruiter Center – New York City, administers a COVID-19 vaccine dose to Sgt. 1st Class Glen Poor at the Fort Hamilton Reserve Center. U.S. Army Garrison Fort Hamilton and Keller Army Community Hospital coordinated efforts to deliver COVID-19 vaccines to the area community. U.S. Army Courtesy Photo
U.S. Army Recruiter Volunteers with Fort Hamilton COVID Vaccination Effort
By Trent Perrin | April 6, 2021
The nationwide COVID-19 vaccination effort continues to build momentum, and as the availability of vaccine supplies increases, the need for trained personnel to administer doses to communities also continues to grow. To help meet that demand, U.S. Army Capt. Jerome Ferrin decided to volunteer to support the U.S. Army Garrison Fort Hamilton vaccination clinic.

Master Sgt. Carolyn Lange, U.S. Army nurse and recruiter, administers a COVID-19 vaccine at Fort Meade, Maryland on Feb. 26.
Army recruiter volunteers to serve critical role in COVID-19 vaccination
By Trent Perrin | March 1, 2021
As the COVID-19 vaccination effort ramps up across the country, a key element to delivering the vaccine is having enough qualified healthcare workers to administer the doses. For Master Sgt. Carolyn Lange, this presented an opportunity to maintain her skills as a Licensed Practical Nurse while serving as a recruiter with the U.S. Army 1st Medical Recruiting Battalion on Fort Meade, Maryland.

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)
Army expands medical partnership with Baylor, related jobs expected to grow with new H2F focus
By Jason Schaap | 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.