Army Reducing Its Numbers in Face of Recruiting Difficulties

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By Kristina Wong | 30 March 2022

BREITBART — The Army this week admitted it was having problems recruiting and announced an unprecedented reduction in its numbers that would shrink the active duty Army to its smallest size since World War II.

“We’re facing, obviously, some challenging conditions in terms of our ability to recruit and attract talent,” Under Secretary of the Army Gabe Camarillo said at a press conference on Monday.

Camarillo blamed a “very tight labor market” for the Army’s recruiting woes.

“What we’re just seeing is given the particular conditions of a very tight labor market, our ability to meet all of our projected recruiting goals were a little bit challenged in FY ’22 and FY ’23,” he said.

Camarillo said the Army’s end strength, or total number of forces, would go from 485,000 soldiers currently to 476,000 in fiscal year 2022, which ends in September, and further down to 473,000 in fiscal year 2023.

He said the Army decided on reducing its recruitment goals instead of lowering standards. […]

2 Comments on Army Reducing Its Numbers in Face of Recruiting Difficulties

  1. Keep mandating the clot shot for those who remain in the military and you won’t have a standing army left, so why bother about hiring new recruits. Do you suppose that the mandate to take the clot shot might be putting a damper on recruiting? I hear that the globalists are big fans of private standing armies the ones they own), so nation-state armies are on the chopping block.

  2. Camarillo blamed a “very tight labor market”

    One takeaway might be that few capable people really choose the military as a career when there are reasonably attractive alternatives.

    Maybe hör auf with tranny and faggot worship and more men might be interested in joining your organization — just a suggestion.

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