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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

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Thank you for your interest in supporting your Army's Recruiting efforts. This site provides information on the various ways Soldiers, retirees and civilians can support Army Recruiting.
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RECRUITING ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

Hometown Recruiter Assistance Program (HRAP)

The Hometown Recruiter Assistance Program (HRAP) allows enlisted Soldiers who have recently completed Advanced Individual Training (AIT), One Station Unit Training (OSUT) or Army Civilian Acquired Skills Training (ACASP) to return to their hometowns on permissive TDY for up to 14 days to assist the local recruiters by sharing their Army training experiences with family, friends, high school classmates, Future Soldiers, veterans, and community leaders.

HRAP Soldiers report to the recruiting station and accompany recruiters throughout the community to assist in obtaining quality referrals for enlistment.

All permanent party Soldiers may apply for HRAP by submitting a DA Form 31, Request and Authority for Leave, through their chain of command. Additionally, officers may also volunteer for HRAP duty in their hometowns or areas in which they are familiar, such as where they attended college.
Click here for information.

Active Duty Operational Support, Reserve Component (ADOS-RC)

Army Reserve Soldiers of all ranks can support local recruiters to generate leads that will result in Army Reserve enlistments through the Active Duty Operational Support, Reserve Component program (ADOS-RC, previously called ADSW).

Reserve Soldiers typically serve five to 14 days supporting recruiters within a 50-mile radius of their residence or Reserve Troop Program Unit (TPU).
Click here for information.


 

REFERRAL PROGRAM

Army Referral Program

The Army Referral System - Sergeant Major of the Army Recruiting Team (ARS-SMART) is a way for people to provide referrals who are interested in enlisting into the U.S. Army and/or Army Reserve. Everyone who makes a referral through SMART is eligible for the Sergeant Major of the Army Certificate, provided the referral enlists into the Army or Army Reserve. Click here for information.

Future Soldiers must submit referrals through ARS-SMART to qualify for advanced promotion.
Click here to make a referral

RECRUITING DUTY

Soldiers may volunteer for duty as an Army Recruiter

Are you interested in becoming a recruiter? We need Soldiers who want to share their Army Strong stories in communities across America and have a direct impact on the future of our Army. If you are a noncommissioned officer (sergeant through sergeant first class) interested in volunteering for recruiting duty, you can begin the application process online at https://www.usarec.army.mil/hq/recruiter/index.aspx.

The Recruit the Recruiter Team website provides all the information you need to volunteer for recruiting duty.

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