Recruiting Initiatives

February 2006
Soldiers;Feb2006, Vol. 61 Issue 2, p16
The article focuses on the recruiting initiatives of the U.S. Army. The Army officials plans to increase the number of activity duty recruiters by 25%, develop an automated benefit tool used by recruiters to compare a military career with a civilian career, work with the U.S. Congress to increase the maximum amount for an initial-recruitment incentive and establish a $1,000 finder's fee that rewards soldiers for recommending potential recruits and the Army Home Mortgage Program which may offer soldiers downpayments for homes.


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