Journal ecruiter R Jan. 31, 2014
Photos of the month
Volume 66, Issue 2
C.G Answers Recruiter’s/Spouse’s Questions USAREC Commanding General Maj. Gen. Allen Batschelet spent an hour Jan. 24 answering a variety of questions from Soldiers, civilians and family members as part of his first Facebook Town Hall meeting. In case you missed it, here are some of the Q&As. Additional questions and answers will be posted in future RJs, or you can find all of them on the USAREC blog, http://hqusarec.blogspot.com.
Leadership is Key Video of the month
We talk a lot about leadership. That’s because a lack of leadership results in failure, and in this command, failure is not an option. We have a no fail mission!
USAREC News Capt. Timothy Souza Libertyville, Ill., Company
Leadership and the Future Soldier
Facing the Board While some Soldiers are able to stay cool when facing a promotion board made up of five stern-faced senior noncommissioned officers, for many it’s an experience that becomes a constant battle of nerves versus knowledge.
Alamo City Hosts Army’s All American Outreach Effort Future NCAA and NFL players weren’t the only stars at the 2014 U.S. Army All-American Bowl the first week of this month.
Practice Make Permanent
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Army Advocates Say AAB Awesome Army All American Bowl week gives USAREC a chance to impress centers of influence from across the country, providing them with opportunities to see that Army service is about developing the whole person.
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Items of Interest CG Hotline 1-800-223-3735 #7 PaYS Website Education Guide
Facebook Becomes 500th PaYS Partner Boasting more than 1.15 billion users across the world, Facebook is by far the largest social media website. The $104 billion dollar company is also now a PaYS partner.
AR 600-20: What it Means Third Brigade Commander Col. John Box gave his company commanders an assignment; write an essay on what AR 600-20 means to me. This article by Capt. Joseph Pitts, Commander Lancaster, Ohio Company is the first of 9 essays to run in the RJ.
Things are Looking up for Recruiters in Cambridge, Minn. Recruiters at the Cambridge, Minn., have tiled the centerâ€™s ceiling with artwork from several high schools displaying school spirit and service to country.
WCAP Athletes Visit Classrooms Army World Class Athletes (WCAP) provided demonstrations and educational presentations to high school and college students in Des Moines and Ames, Iowa and Minneapolis, St. Paul and St. Cloud, Minnesota in December.
The Large Value of Small Things An instructor at a technical high school in Michigan helps his student collect 14 pounds of tabs off aluminum cans to raise money for Morale, Welfare and Recrreation (MWR).
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Recruiters Perform 21-Gun Salute at Wreaths Across America Campaign In an effort to pay tribute to and remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country and Illinois company commander members of his company participated in the Wreath Across America Campaign in December.
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