After Criticism, Army Reinstates High School
Diploma Requirement as Recruitment Plummets

DefenseOne After Criticism Army Reinstates High School Diploma Requirement

Army recruits need to have a high school diploma after all. Some of them, at least. 

After briefly signaling they would waive the minimum education requirement for “a limited number” of recruits, Army leaders have reversed course and reinstated the need for a high school diploma or GED, an Army spokesman said Tuesday. 

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