January 2005
Army Reserve Magazine;Winter2005, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p4
This article focuses on how one can become an army reserve recruiter. The Army Reserve's Active Guard Reserve (AGR) program is a growth industry--seeking 400 additional the enlisted soldiers in fiscal year 2005 to fill the ranks of its recruiter positions located at stations throughout the country. Many of the positions are new assignments recently added to the AGR program. For those soldiers already in the AGR program, the assignments will be three-year detailed recruiter positions. These soldiers will retain their original military occupational specialty for future assignments.


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