Meeting the Goal: Three Recommendations for Air Force Recruiting

WoTR Meeting The Goal For Air Force Recruiting

Every year most U.S. military services struggle to reach their annual recruitment goals, but 2022 is shaping up to be one of the most challenging since the establishment of the all-volunteer force in 1973. The United States Air Force Recruiting Service faces falling short of its enlisted accessions recruiting goal for its active-duty force for the first time since 1999. There have been years since 1999 where it has been close to missing its goal, but Air Force recruiting has been proactive in identifying this year’s challenges to onboarding 26,151 new airmen.

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