Army dentist chose service for education, opportunity and brotherhood
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.
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.

Soldiers share stories of answering ‘call to service’ during USAREC campaign
Staff Sgt. Prah Joseph, Mondawmin Mall Army Recruiting Station recruiting noncommissioned officer and young man pose for a photo at Camden Yards, Maryland.
June 30, 2022 - In response to an everchanging recruiting environment, the U.S. Army Recruiting Command is launching Operation Call to Service, a focused effort on reconnecting with communities in-person after relying heavily on digital recruiting methods during the COVID-19 era.

Army offers $35K for 45-day quick ship and $10K for 2-year enlistment option
Graphic created from original photo taken by Pfc. Vincent Levelev. 

Maj. Deirdra Johnson of the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division poses for a portrait during the annual Saint Michael's Jump on Fort Bragg, N.C., Nov 8, 2021. Paratroopers conduct yearly jumps to honor Saint Michael, the patron saint of the 82nd Abn. Div.. (U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Vincent Levelev)
June 17, 2022 - For the first time the Army is offering a “quick ship” bonus of $35,000 in all career fields for new recruits.

Simultaneous Membership Program
Clemson University's Army and Air Force ROTC units held a joint ceremony to commission 33 second lieutenants into military service, May 11, 2022. Eighteen students received commissions into the Army, 14 into the Air Force, and one received a commission into the Space Force. After the ceremony the new officers received their first salutes during a Silver Dollar Salute ceremony in Military Heritage Plaza. (Photo by Ken Scar)
June 15, 2022 - Paying for college concerns most graduating seniors and their families, but the Army has a program that allows students to attend college while serving in the U.S. Army Reserve.

U.S. Army provides pathway for foreign language speaking applicants
SFC David J. Aviles López, station commander at Hatillo Army recruiting station, Puerto Rico, poses in front of the Army star. He joined the Army in 2008 under the Foreign Language Recruiting Initiative program. (Courtesy photo)
June 13, 2022 - Enlistment opportunities exist for applicants whose primary spoken language is something other than English.