. This has been quite the accomplishment for the military, which has seen a decline in enrollments in the last few years, since the beginning of the current Iraqi war. The Army alone recruited close to 5,000 people in the month of October, which was over two percent of their originated goal. For the Marine Corps, there were close to 3,000 recruitments that were eager to sign up to join the military. This amount for the Marine Corps was well a little over one percent of their target as well.
The figures for meeting the military quota have been highly pleasurable for all companies that are involved, as they eagerly await the new troops from the registered enrollment. The numbers do not lie- there is now a higher interest for the joining the military forces from the civilian end. This is much to the amazement and pleasure of the US military, especially the Army and the Marine Corps, who both saw substantial numbers increase in their recruitments. Many of the civilians that are signing up are high school graduates that have preferred to enroll in the military to proudly serve our country. There is a great number of these recruitments that have claimed that they will continue their education while in the military, which is often paid for. For more information on joining the US Military go to military.net.
Paul Brown says
I am trying to join the regular Air Force or regular Navy and have been told that there are no opening. I have a high school education, some college credits and am in good health. I recently took the trial armed services aptitude test and received a 74 (I was at a Navy recruiter office). I was told they did not have openings. Same thing at the Air Force. I did not realize that there were limits on how many people could join the military. Do you have any suggestions? I really want to join either of these two branches.