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You no longer have to contact the Recruit the Recruiter Team for the telephonic interview. You can download the interview worksheet from Blank Forms.
Print off:
1) the instructions for completing forms
2) the application checklist
3) the interview worksheet
4) the DA Forms 5425, 5426, 5427, 7424
5) the assignment preference map
6) the Volunteer Recruiting Statement.

Pay close attention to the instructions and the checklist as we are receiving numerous applications with errors.


Why Should You Become An Army Recruiter


 

"Providing Soldiers who Provide the Strength!"

As a member of USAREC you join a a carefully selected team of dedicated professionals who sustain an All-Volunteer Army…Enabled by leading edge technologies and premier recruiting practices…we establish and maintain enduring relationships with Centers of Influence, Future Soldiers, Families, and American Public.

Mission, Vision and Attributes

As the Army’s trusted ambassador to the American people USAREC recruits Soldiers; officers, warrant officers and enlisted to meet the needs of an expeditionary Army. It begins the transformation from civilian to Soldier, acts as the Army’s liaison with the American people, and does all with integrity and professionalism that clearly demonstrates the Warrior Ethos and Army Values.  The command remains relevant and ready to provide the strength for our Army, today and into the future.

Recruiter Unique Attributes

  • Recruiters require exceptional discipline and leadership to operate across geographically dispersed location
  • They must possess the self-discipline to maintain Army standards and values, aggressively seek self-improvement, and use initiative to implement and adapt to new technologies supporting Army recruiting missions.
  • Recruiters must be independent and adaptive thinkers capable of making rapid decision in unfamiliar and ambiguous environments. 
  • High standards, organizational skills and effective time management are critical competencies for recruiters
  • Recruiting duty will offer Soldiers the opportunity to excel in small unit operations, often in distant locations from parent unit

Are You Interested In Being A Army Recruiter?

Email the USAREC RTR Team at: usarmy.knox.usarec.mbx.hq-g1-rtr@mail.mil or if assigned to an installation/unit listed below, please email your locally assigned USAREC Division Outreach NCO for information on how to VOLUNTEER.

Division
Location
Email
4th Inf Div
Fort Carson, CO
10th Mtn Div
Fort Drum, NY
3rd Inf Div
Fort Stewart, GA
I Corps
Fort Lewis, WA
101st Abn Div
Fort Campbell, KY
1st Inf Div
Fort Riley, KS
18th Abn Corps
Fort Bragg, NC
82nd Abn Div
Fort Bragg, NC
MEDCOM
Fort Sam, TX
1st Cav Div
Fort Hood, TX
1st Ar Div
Fort Bliss, TX
III Corps
Fort Hood, TX

 

DEPLOYED SOLDIERS

You can download the interview and apply while you are deployed, if you are within 120 days of your redeployment.






 

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