(Washington Examiner) - The booming economy is creating a major headache for military recruiters charged with signing up qualified applicants for Americas all-volunteer force and a good number of U.S. high schools are making the problem worse according to Pentagon leaders. Last week the Navy Secretary Richard Spencer complained to Congress that local school districts containing more than 1100 high schools have banned recruiters from campus thwarting access to a prime target group: 18-year-olds with a high school degree and no immediate job prospects. Read More
N/A by N/A is licensed under N/A N/A
©2020, The American Dossier. All rights reserved. Privacy Policy