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Talking to an Army Recruiter is a good opportunity to ask specific questions that relate to your situation. Only by working with a Recruiter can you tailor an Army experience to meet your goals, wants and needs. Want to take advantage of money for your education? Need certain job skills? Your Recruiter can give you the specifics on all the Army benefits to help you make the most out of your Army career. Army recruiters are ready with the know-how to answer questions you have about the U.S. Army. And they’re right around your neighborhood.

When you sit down with a Recruiter, he or she will make it easy to find out if the Army is right for you. Whether it’s Active Duty or Army Reserve, or a certain length of service you’re interested in—together with your Recruiter, you’ll find the best way to serve, and choose the job that complements your abilities and future goals.

Recruiters are some of the most experienced Soldiers in the Army—that’s what makes them qualified to tell you about what the Army has to offer. Some have served overseas, some have seen combat—so you should feel free to ask them about how the Army has helped them meet their goals. Better yet, ask them how the Army can help you reach yours.

Some questions you will want to ask your recruiter include:

1. Which option is best for me: Army Active Duty, Army Reserve or ROTC?

2. How long will I serve?

3. What are my options?

4. What kind of job training can I qualify for?

5. Where will I be stationed?

6. Can I bring my family?

7. How can the Army help me get a college education?

You may bring a parent or relative with you when you visit a recruiter. One thing you should keep in mind is that the recruiter is going to ask you many personal questions during that first interview. If you don't want your parents, a relative, or friend to hear the truthful answer to these questions you should go alone.


If you.re ready to become Army Strong, Click here to fill in your details. You.ll receive information about how the Army can provide you with confidence and discipline that you can draw upon for a lifetime. With hands-on training, personal discipline and a shared sense of accomplishment, you.ll develop the mental, physical and emotional strengths you.ll need to surpass your peers. Fill out the form to find out how you can become Army Strong.

7 Steps to Join the Army

Step 1 - Is The Army Right For Me?

Step 2 - Choose The Right Path

Step 3 - Talk To The Recruiter

Step 4 - Ace The ASVAB

Step 5 - Process In

Step 6 - Choose Your Army Job

Step 7 - Get Ready For Bootcamp


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