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Recruiting Assistance Programs:

HRAP - HOMETOWN RECRUITER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

ADOS-RC - ACTIVE DUTY OPERATIONAL SUPPORT, RESERVE COMPONENT

Referral Program:

ARMY REFERRAL SYSTEM - ARS-SMART

Support Resources:
TALKING POINTS & OTHER RECRUITING SUPPORT RESOURCES

USAREC NEWS SITE

RECRUITING FAQS

Recruiting Duty:

VOLUNTEER FOR RECRUITING DUTY

 

Contact Us:
HQ, USAREC
Public Affairs Division
1307 Third Avenue
Room 2017
Fort Knox, KY 40121
(502) 626-0164/0167

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Talking Points & Recruiting Support Resources

Army recruiters are hard at work every day to find young men and women who are willing to answer the Call to Duty and serve their nation as Soldiers in the U.S. Army, but they need help. You can assist in the recruiting effort in many ways, especially by spreading the Army Strong message to community leaders, civic and veterans groups, students, educators and potential Soldiers.

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Follow Recruiting Command on Facebook: www.facebook.com/USAREC

Talking Points

40th Anniversay of the All-Volunteer Force
July 1, 2013

Since July 1, 1973, the U.S. Army has depended on volunteers to serve in the world’s premier ground force. From the dark days at the end of the Vietnam Conflict through the establishment of democracy in the Islamic Republic of Iraq, the U.S. Army has become the best trained, best equipped, best led force in the world. Our all-volunteer Army is an example to other nations trying to end their own conscripted armies, and our success is derived from the individual’s genuine desire to serve our Nation. By honing our qualifications, balancing our incentives, and focusing on training, the all-volunteer Army has successfully transitioned to the Army Profession.

Visit the All-Volunteer Force Anniversary Facebook Page

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Recruiting News: http://www.army.mil/usarec
News from Recruiting Command headquarters and units across the command.
Recruiting News Archive Page

2013-14 Pocket Recruiter Guide - PDF - Online flipbook
A resource for information about Army enlistment opportunities, education options, and job specialties.

2013 Family Resource Guide
A guide for Army Recruiting Command Families and those making the transition to USAREC.

Army High School Program Guide - PDF
A guide to U.S. Army enlistment incentives, programs and information resources for educators, students & parents.


Frequently Asked Questions about recruiting: FAQs page


Post 9/11 GI Bill

VA information site: www.gibill.va.gov
VA Video Guide to the Post 9/11 GI Bill (click here to view the Video Guide on YouTube)


Army Strong Commercials
goarmy.com YouTube Channel http://www.youtube.com/user/goarmyvideos


Army Marketing & Communications Proposals
Do you have a marketing, communications or sponsorship proposal for the Army? Visit the Army 's Marketing and Communication Proposal System Web site to submit your proposal and have an Army marketing representative contact you.

Youth Certificate of Recognition
Youth Certificate request form
The U.S. Army recognizes outstanding youth in the civilian and military community with the Youth Certificate of Recognition. The award consists of a full color certificate signed by the Chief of Staff of the Army. The certificate may be used to recognize youth who achieve the Eagle Scout or the Girl Scout Gold Award; demonstrate acts of heroism; extraordinary academic, athletic or public service achievements; or other accomplishments of excellence. The award is predominantly presented to Eagle Scout and Girl Scout Gold Award recipients.


Partnership for Youth Success (PaYS)
PaYS is a recruiting initiative developed by the Recruiting Command to appeal to young people interested in obtaining a quality civilian job after serving in the Army. This unique program is part of the Army's effort to partner with America's business community and re-connect America with the Army. Having a job with a leading employer using a skill learned in the Army makes the PaYS program attractive to young people. The Army has more than 250 partner corporations & public sector agencies across the nation. https://www.armypays.com


www.march2success.com
March2Success is a free, Web-based test preparation course that provides assistance with taking standardized tests and improving math, science and language arts skills. The curriculum is designed by Peterson's & Educational Options Inc., and sponsored by the U.S. Army. There is no obligation to teachers, parents or students who use or recommend the use of March2Success.


Army Education Programs & Opportunities
The U.S. Army recognizes that education is an essential component and an important building block for the future of today’s youth. From internships to test-prep tools, this Web site provides educators, parents and students with resources to introduce educational and career possibilities through numerous Army-sponsored education programs.
www.armyedspace.com


Recruiting & Public Affairs Contacts:

To locate your nearest Army recruiter, visit goarmy.com and click on "Locate a Recruiter" in the right-hand column.

Army Recruiting Regional Public Affairs Offices Directory - PDF


Related Links:

Army Recruiting year-to-date recruiting statistics
http://www.usarec.army.mil/hq/apa/goals.htm

Army Demographics:


GoArmy.com is a great resource for information about Army opportunities, enlistment options, benefits, training and life as a Soldier in the U.S. Army. There is also a page for parents with parent testimonial videos and frequently asked questions.
www.goarmy.com

Current Army Posture Statement - link to army.mil

Army Stories of Valor

Our Military
The
DoD community relations Web site, www.OurMilitary.mil, features a "Citizen Support for Our Troops" section, as well as a variety of educational information about the Department of Defense, its people, mission, requirements, and other programs managed by the Office of Community Relations.

Army badges, flags, symbols & insignia
The Army hosts a symbols & insignia Web site that provides detailed information on the Army and unit flags, the Army Song, Army uniforms and rank insignia, combat badges, service & campaign medal, unit insignia and more.

Veterans Benefits
For current information and fact sheets detailing benefits & services for military members, veterans and their eligible family members, visit www.vba.va.gov.

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