Its many responsibilities include providing the link between the U.S. Army Recruiting Command and the public, serving as the point of contact for news media representatives, and publishing the command's professional magazine the "Recruiter Journal." The staff directs programs in the areas of public and command information, education outreach and community relations, and provides policy and guidance to 38 subordinate advertising and public affairs offices and education services specialists that support more than 1,600 recruiting stations nationwide.
Army recruiting queries:
- For general recruiting-related questions or if you are not sure who to contact, please call (877) 437-6572.
- National media or reporters with questions about national U.S. Army Recruiting Command operations may call (502) 626-0164/0167 or e-mail the public affairs office.
- National media or reporters with questions about national Army-level questions should call Army Public Affairs at (703) 697-8719.
Click here for national Army recruiting goals and year-to-date recruiting statistics.
Frequently Asked Questions about U.S. Army Recruiting & USAREC
Monthly recruiting data for all the services is released by the Department of Defense on or about the 10th of each month. Look for it on the DoD News Release page.
For Recruiting Command News, visit www.army.mil/usarec.
Click here for the USAREC News Archive page.
Regional Recruiting Public Affairs Offices
Reporters with local Army recruiting questions may consult the regional recruiting public affairs directory for the office nearest them.
For information the latest Army Strong Commericals and videos, visit the goarmy.com YouTube Channel http://www.youtube.com/user/goarmyvideos.
Visit the Support Army Recruiting Resources Page for talking points on recruiting and other support materials for speaking engagements.
If you need further assistance, e-mail Julia Bobick, USAREC G7/9 Public Affairs Office.
Disclaimer for External Links
The appearance of external hyperlinks does not constitute endorsement by the U.S. Army of the linked Web sites, or the information, products or services contained therein. For other than authorized activities such as military exchanges and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) sites, the United States Army does not exercise any editorial control over the information you may find at these locations.