Community Partners had the opportunity to tour facilities at Brooke Army Medical Center that included and overview with MG Appenzeller, BG Teyhen, tours of the Simulation Center, USAISR Burn Center, Center for the Intrepid, Emergency Department and Laboratory. The day concluded with a tour of the AMEDD museum.
MRB hosts 2023 Army Medicine Experience
By Hunter West | May 9, 2023
Col. Katrina Walters, Commander of the U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Brigade, recently hosted the Army Medicine Experience in San Antonio. The tour showcased all aspects of Army Healthcare to cultivate key stakeholders and community partner relationships.

Dr. (Major) Adam Bennett, prepares for cold weather training at Ft. Carson, Colorado. As the Dentist for the 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Bennett is solely responsible for the dental care of the entire Group.
Army dentist chose service for education, opportunity and brotherhood
By John Wollaston | July 5, 2022
Maj. Adam Bennett chose Army service as a way to pay for dental school, but through service, he also gained opportunities and a formed a brotherhood.

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.

Soldiers from U.S. Army's 452d Combat Support Hospital and Kuwait Army medical Soldiers perform patient decontamination, evacuation, and treatment during the Exercise Pacemaker II at the North Medical Military Complex, Kuwait, Feb. 20, 2019. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. Philip Ribas)
Army offering incentives to medical specialties
By USAREC Public Affairs | Jan. 31, 2020
The U.S. Army is looking for motivated health professionals and has added eight medical specialties to the list of part-time careers eligible for $25,000-$75,000 in bonuses per year.

USAREC Recruiting Bell
USAREC providing assistance for Soldiers with deferred orders
By USAREC Public Affairs | Nov. 15, 2018
U.S. Army Recruiting Command’s personnel office is actively working to assist recruiters adversely impacted by a recent temporary deferment of orders.

Staff Sgt. Jacob D. Varvel, U.S. Army health care recruiter, speaks with an attendee of the PAINWeek 2018 conference at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Varvel, from the Mountain Region Physician Recruiting Station, was on hand with other representatives from the Las Vegas Medical Recruiting Station and the 6th Medical Recruiting Battalion to promote the benefits and opportunities of a career in Army Medicine. For more information on the Army's more than 90 medical specialties go to (U.S. Army Photo by Andrew Lynch)
PAINWeek 2018
By | Sept. 11, 2018
Soldiers and DA civilians from the 6th Medical Recruiting Battalion advocating the benefits and opportunities of a career in Army Medicine at PAINWeek 2018 in Las Vegas, Nev.

Present and Past USAREC Command Psychologists, Lt. Col. Joseph H. Afanador (left) and Lt. Col. Craig M. Jenkins (right) receive the 2018 Julius E. Uhlaner Award from Society for Military Psychology Division 19 President retired USAF Lt. Col. Mark Staal during the #APA2018 Convention in San Francisco, California. The Office of Command Psychologist was recognized with the Julius E. Uhlaner Award for their efforts to improve the effectiveness of the assessment for Soldiers being considered for or assigned to recruiting duty.
USAREC Office of the Command Psychologist receives Uhlaner Award for Excellence
By Andrew Lynch | Aug. 14, 2018
The Office of the Command Psychologist (OCP), United States Army Recruiting Command (USAREC) received the Society of Military Psychology’s Julius E. Uhlaner Award on Friday for their initiative to improve the effectiveness of the assessment for Soldiers being considered for or assigned to recruiting duty.


Welcome to the 6th Medical Recruiting Battalion

Mission Statement

The Centurion Team will recruit with precision and excellence, medical professionals to provide world class health care to Soldiers and their families.

Vision Statement

A professional team of highly motivated leaders achieving 100% of their precision mission.


Mailing Address:

United States Army
6th Medical Recruiting Battalion
ATTN: Administrative Assistant
3320 Pepper Lane
Las Vegas, NV 89120

Please forward any questions or comments to
6th Recruiting Battalion Webmaster


If you are interested in joining the Army or Army Reserves, call 1-88-710-2769,
 or visit


Welcome to the 6th Medical Recruiting Battalion

Welcome to the Centurion 6th Medical Recruiting Battalion (MRBn).  You are being assigned to the largest geographically dispersed MRBn in the United States Army Recruiting Command (USAREC) covering a geographical area comprised of 15 Western States to include Alaska, Hawaii and US territories in the Pacific region and equaling 21 million square miles of territory.   The Centurion MRBn currently has 100 active duty and reserve Soldiers and 19 Government Service employees’ organized into three (3) Medical Recruiting Company’s (MRC) and 16 Medical Recruiting Centers (MRS).   Our normal mission is train, maintain, and sustain the active and reserve force by recruiting over 348 healthcare professionals for the Medical, Dental, Nurse, Veterinary, Medical Services, and Medical Specialist Corps.

"Conscribere cum Integritate" (Recruiting with Integrity) is the 6th MRB motto. All of the Centurion recruiters strive to live up to our current mission theme of Excelling with Honor as One Team to instill and Sense of Difference in the way we conduct our day to day mission! Our work ethic is to go above and beyond all others utilizing our pillars of success to achieve our mission and form a legacy set forth in our vision statement.

You will be assigned a sponsor and receive a welcome packet from the company of assignment. This packet will provide you more information on your assignment and the area to which you are being assigned. For further information, contact the Battalion S-1 at (702) 454-3510, or send an e-mail by clicking here 6th MRBn S1

Again, Welcome to the 6th Medical Recruiting Battalion.
"Conscribere cum Integritate"

LTC Ken Lutz and CSM James Stevens



Our Companies


U.S. Army Recruiting Battalion - 6th Medical Recruiting Battalion
3320 Pepper Lane
Las Vegas, NV  89120

Battalion Headquarters
(702) 433-1748

Executive Officer:
Cell Phone: (888) 568-7531
Office Phone: (702) 433-5234

Administrative Assistant:
Office Phone: (702) 433-1748

Operations OIC:
Cell Phone: (877) 725-1446
Office Phone: (702) 450-3731

Operations NCOIC:
Office Phone: (702) 450-3796

Operations NCO:
Office Phone: (702) 450-9433

Military Personnel Tech:
Office Phone: (702) 450-6962/8835

Specialist Corps Recruiter:
Cell Phone: (877) 732-4206
Office Phone: (702) 269-6445

Recruiter Trainer:
Office Phone: (702) 434-8309

Battalion Applications Trainer:
Office Phone: (702) 434-8774

Office Phone: (702) 454-5349

Log Management Specialist:
Office Phone: (702) 898-3940

Support Services:
Office Phone: (702) 898-7935

Budget Analyst:
Office Phone: (702) 454-3590

Administrative Assistant/S1:
Office Phone: (702) 454-3510

Information Management:
Office Phone: (702) 451-7192/8657