Recruiters' Backup

Chambers, Mary Kate
May 2007
Soldiers;May2007, Vol. 62 Issue 5, p16
The article focuses on the Special Recruiter Assistance Program (SRAP) launched by the U.S. Army. The benefits to soldiers working as SRAPs include the opportunity to return to their hometowns and collect a $2,000 referral bonus. The program was developed to bring active-duty veterans of operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom back to their hometowns to work with local recruiters. It cites the purpose of the Local Recruiting Support System (LRSS) database.


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