Special Privileges?

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13 May 2014

Military Forced to Get Picky in Recruiting

Kansas City Star | May 13, 2014 | by Rick Montgomery

Army Sgt. 1st Class Terrence Hoard must reach potential recruits early to set them straight.

They think anybody can enlist. Many see the military as a last resort in a tough job market — but always an option, the youth assume. Truth is, the class of 2014 now leaving high school will face more difficulty qualifying for the armed services than ever in the 40-year history of the all-volunteer force.

20 May 2014

10K soldiers must go this year, 20K next year

Nearly 30,000 soldiers must be removed from the active rolls in the next 17 months if the Army is to make the first waypoint in a drawdown that eventually will reduce the force to 450,000, or even 420,000, soldiers.

25 September

Military to allow undocumented immigrants to serve

A small number of undocumented immigrants in the U.S. will have an opportunity to join the military for the first time in decades under a new Department of Defense policy unveiled Thursday.

The new rules will expand an existing program allowing recruiters to target foreign nationals with high-demand skills, mostly rare foreign language expertise or specialized health care training.

What could it mean?

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One Response to “Special Privileges?”

  1. ymarsakar Says:

    Diversity. More Hasans, I expect. Medical. Diversity. Foreign language… you get it hehe?

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