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Third annual Staff Sgt. Joshua Mills Commando Competition.
ASVAB Career Exploration Program Redesign
Empowers Students

NORTH CHICAGO, ILLINOIS -- Parents, educators and students will find new and improved tools for their career toolbox in the Department of Defense's newest version of its Career Education Program, launched earlier this month.

Every young person asks, "What do I want to be when I grow up?" and DOD offers a free resource to help answer that question. High school sophomores, juniors, seniors and post-secondary students can use the redesigned Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) Career Education Program to find their dream job.


Family promotes Brig. Gen. Troy D. Kok to major general.

USAREC deputy commander for support pins second star

FORT KNOX, Ky. -- U.S. Army Recruiting Command's deputy commanding general for support received his second star Sept. 7 during a 10 a.m. ceremony here.

Brig. Gen. Troy D. Kok was promoted to major general and is slated to take command of the 99th Regional Support command at Fort Dix, New Jersey.

"Troy is one of the rare few who can dissect complex, wicked problems and build a coalition to solve them," said Lt. Gen. Kevin Mangum, the deputy commanding general and chief of staff of U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command. Mangum presided over the ceremony and performed the oath of enlistment with Kok. "We want leaders in the Army who can solve those problems."


Third annual Staff Sgt. Joshua Mills Commando Competition

Competition raises Special Forces awareness, honors fallen Green Beret

FORT KNOX, Ky. -- Though the Special Operations Recruiting Battalion's mission is relatively small - just 5,239 this year - finding enough qualified Soldiers can be challenging because many do not fully understand the job, according to the SORB's senior enlisted leader.

"Often times [we] find chains of command believe the SORB is recruiting their best and brightest Soldiers," Command Sgt. Maj. Ryan Razon said. "This simply is not true. We recruit great Soldiers from all units. Additionally, we recruit for an Army mission, and it's our obligation to ensure we fully support the Army's objectives, not just our own units."


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