Vanity Fair: The Recruiter’s War

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I’ve been xeroxing and faxing this article for weeks. Either because I missed it or because they don’t post it until the issue is off the newsstands, I’ve only just found this September 2005 Vanity Fair article, The Recruiters’ War. It doesn’t have much to say about counter-recruiting, but it makes it very clear just how thin the recruiters are stretched and how far they will go to satisfy their superiors’ demands.

3 Responses to “Vanity Fair: The Recruiter’s War”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Some of us Soldiers signed on to work as medics or tech in the hospitals to save amerin soldiers lives. Now Im FORCED to go be a recruiter!!! I have to either do it or get kicked out. If kicked out I can not provide for my wife and two children. Please dont balme us Soldier for the US governments problem. Done blame the Soldiers trying to make a living and feed our families we are forced against our will to do this

  2. sohbet Says:

    ich nicht! Jetzt bleibt es nur zu hoffen, das mein Weblog in den Augen der Betreiber auch als Weblog durchgeht. Stichwörter: keine « Ich bin

  3. chat Says:

    Some of us Soldiers signed on to work as medics or tech in the hospitals to save amerin soldiers lives. Now Im FORCED to go be a recruiter!!! I have to either do it or get kicked out. If kicked out I can not provide for my wife and two children. Please dont balme us Soldier for the US governments problem. Done blame the Soldiers trying to make a living and feed our families we are forced against our will to do this

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