Army Recruiting - Arlington, TX

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Operating as usual

04/09/2021

A #SpecialForces candidate leads a mule down a path as part of a long-distance movement during the final phase of field training known as Robin Sage in central North Carolina.

#RobinSage is the culmination exercise for Students in the Special Forces Qualification Course and is the litmus test for Soldiers striving to earn the green Beret. Soldiers are evaluated on various skills required to not only successfully operate on a Special Forces Operational Detatchment Alpha #ODA , but on the battlefields of today and tomorrow.

#greenberet #armytraining #specops #swcs

Pfc. Casarez enlisted out of the Army Recruiting - Arlington, TX Recruiting Station. He is a Cannon Crewmember with 2-15...
03/25/2021

Pfc. Casarez enlisted out of the Army Recruiting - Arlington, TX Recruiting Station. He is a Cannon Crewmember with 2-15FAR. As you see, PFC Casarez is showing off his 10th Mountain Division Artillery Commander's coin, awarded by Col. Mike Barefield, 10th Mountain DIVARTY Commander, for qualifying Table V certification as a private first class during his first 10 months in uniform. We are proud of you!

Pfc. Casarez, Cannon Crewmember with 2-15FAR, shows off his 10th Mountain Division Artillery Commander's coin, awarded by Col. Mike Barefield, 10th Mountain DIVARTY Commander, for qualifying Table V certification as a private first class during his first 10 months in uniform.

Photos from 10th Mountain Division Artillery's post
03/25/2021

Photos from 10th Mountain Division Artillery's post

Time is almost up to register for our next virtual career fair being hosted by indeed! Are you interested about hearing ...
03/24/2021

Time is almost up to register for our next virtual career fair being hosted by indeed! Are you interested about hearing more about how service in the US Army or Army Rserves can help you reach your life goals? Signing up is easy! Just click the link below to RSVP:

https://events.indeed.com/event/81933/?from=facebook

Time is almost up to register for our next virtual career fair being hosted by indeed! Are you interested about hearing more about how service in the US Army or Army Rserves can help you reach your life goals? Signing up is easy! Just click the link below to RSVP:

https://events.indeed.com/event/81933/?from=facebook

Are you a certified dental assistant with 2 years of experience? If so, you can enlist into the United States Army throu...
03/10/2021

Are you a certified dental assistant with 2 years of experience? If so, you can enlist into the United States Army through the Army Civilian Acquired Skills Program (ACASP) as a Specialist/SPC and not have to attend Advance Individual Training (AIT). Are you interested in learning more?

Contact a U.S. Army Recruiter at 817-467-5677.

College money alert!! How much does the G.I. Bill pay to get a Bachelor's Degree at Texas A&M?Housing - $1,467 a month f...
03/03/2021

College money alert!! How much does the G.I. Bill pay to get a Bachelor's Degree at Texas A&M?

Housing - $1,467 a month for 36 months ($52,812)
Tuition - $13,012 a year for 4 years ($52,048)
Books - $1,000 a year for 4 years ($4,000)
Total - $108,860

WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?!

College money alert!! How much does the G.I. Bill pay to get a Bachelor's Degree at Texas A&M?

Housing - $1,467 a month for 36 months ($52,812)
Tuition - $13,012 a year for 4 years ($52,048)
Books - $1,000 a year for 4 years ($4,000)
Total - $108,860

WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?!

If your still out there deciding what to do with your life, let me give you some assistance! #tcc #UTA #lamarhighschool ...
02/23/2021

If your still out there deciding what to do with your life, let me give you some assistance!
#tcc #UTA #lamarhighschool #arlingtontx

If your still out there deciding what to do with your life, let me give you some assistance!
#tcc #UTA #lamarhighschool #arlingtontx

02/03/2021
US Army Fort Benning

US Army Fort Benning

Dropping into the last half of the week.

#Ready2Fight #FRIES

We would like to welcome our newest Army Recruiter SGT Shane Decker to the Arlington Recruiting Station. Call or text hi...
01/15/2021

We would like to welcome our newest Army Recruiter SGT Shane Decker to the Arlington Recruiting Station. Call or text him if you have any questions at 214-529-5677! #ArmyRecruiter

Our December career fair was such a huge success, so we decided to bring it back! Click the link to join us virtually on...
01/15/2021

Our December career fair was such a huge success, so we decided to bring it back! Click the link to join us virtually on Friday, January 29th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

https://events.indeed.com/event/78984/

With all of the craziness going on due to the pandemic, no one can compare to these benefits! I promise you it’s all tru...
01/13/2021

With all of the craziness going on due to the pandemic, no one can compare to these benefits! I promise you it’s all true! Don’t be afraid to live the way you deserve✍🏾
#arlingtontx #education #careers #rolemodel

Today we had a special visitor at the Arlington Recruiting Station! Mr. Preston came by to speak with Army Recruiters ab...
01/13/2021

Today we had a special visitor at the Arlington Recruiting Station! Mr. Preston came by to speak with Army Recruiters about the importance of completing his homework on time! He will be stopping by again with his report card for the Station Commander to review and ensure he is following the guidance he received. Mr. Preston is a outstanding young man and we look forward to seeing him soon! Keep doing you leave homework Mr. Preston!

U.S. Army
01/08/2021

U.S. Army

Today, in 1935, the rock legend Elvis Presley was born!

But #DYK he served in the #USArmy?

He joined Army from Memphis, Tennessee, on March 24, 1958.

During his active military career, Presley served as a member of two different armor battalions. Between March 28 and September 17, 1958, he belonged to Company A, 2d Medium Tank Battalion, 37th Armor, stationed at Fort Hood, Texas.

Sgt. Presley's overseas service took place in Germany from October 1, 1958, until March 2, 1960, as a member of the 1st Medium Tank Battalion, 32d Armor.

#SoldierStory | #ArmyTeam | #ServeWithHonor

Get your education paid for! Call or text me to see if you qualify 469-559-6669
01/07/2021

Get your education paid for! Call or text me to see if you qualify 469-559-6669

Is a new career with great benefits on your wishlist for 2021? We can help you with that! Contact us today to get the pr...
01/05/2021

Is a new career with great benefits on your wishlist for 2021? We can help you with that! Contact us today to get the process started!

#newyearnewyou2021 #2021 #USArmy #Soldiers #DFW #teamwork

Graduate college with real life experience and your education paid for! Contact our team to find out if you qualify. 📈💪
01/05/2021

Graduate college with real life experience and your education paid for! Contact our team to find out if you qualify. 📈💪

Today the Arlington Army Recruiting Station hosted a Future Soldier Holiday Lunch to strengthen the relationship between...
12/18/2020

Today the Arlington Army Recruiting Station hosted a Future Soldier Holiday Lunch to strengthen the relationship between its Recruiters and Future Soldiers. 

Watercraft operators are primarily responsible for navigation, cargo operations and supervising other Soldiers on Army w...
12/17/2020

Watercraft operators are primarily responsible for navigation, cargo operations and supervising other Soldiers on Army watercraft. They are part of a piloting team using electronic positioning systems, handheld navigation tools and traditional watch standing procedures aboard many of the Army's watercraft.

https://www.goarmy.com/info.html?iom=AQJY

All four roles within a M1A2 Abrams Tank are critical for any successful mission.What three other people would you share...
12/15/2020

All four roles within a M1A2 Abrams Tank are critical for any successful mission.

What three other people would you share a tank with? Tag your crew and let ‘em know.👇

📷 : Kim Kook

With over 150 jobs to choose from, we are constantly seeking the best of the best. Do you have what it takes to join the...
12/15/2020

With over 150 jobs to choose from, we are constantly seeking the best of the best. Do you have what it takes to join the Team?
Ask me how!
(682)-218-8044
#arlingtontx #jobsearch #education

#USArmy Black Knights sink the U.S. Navy 15-0 and will #Singsecond!See you next year — good game!#ArmyNavyGame #GoArmyBe...
12/12/2020

#USArmy Black Knights sink the U.S. Navy 15-0 and will #Singsecond!

See you next year — good game!

#ArmyNavyGame #GoArmyBeatNavy

#Drillsergeant Hayon Ju and her #Soldiers salute during the playing of the #NationalAnthem at their basic combat trainin...
12/11/2020

#Drillsergeant Hayon Ju and her #Soldiers salute during the playing of the #NationalAnthem at their basic combat training #graduation on #officialftsill.

They are the first to graduate wearing the new #ArmyGreenServiceUniform.

#Trainingdoneright #ArmyReadiness #DFW #Soldiers

We are 1 day away from the #Army vs #Navy game. Army football will honor the 25th Infantry Division with the special uni...
12/11/2020

We are 1 day away from the #Army vs #Navy game. Army football will honor the 25th Infantry Division with the special uniforms it will wear for the rivalry game against Navy Dec. 12 at Michie Stadium in West Point. GO ARMY BEAT NAVY!

#goarmybeatnavy #armynavygame #armynavy #goarmy #usarec #usarmy #westpoint #armyblackknights #armyfootball #football #ARMY U.S. Navy United States Naval Academy Navy Athletics

What does a soldier look like?  Maybe you never considered the military because you thought you didn't fit the mold.  Do...
12/11/2020

What does a soldier look like? Maybe you never considered the military because you thought you didn't fit the mold. Don't allow stereotypes and outside influences to squash your ambitions.

Pictured: Lt. Col. Beatriz Flores, #USArmyReserve soldier and this year's #MissBellezaLatina

#DFW #CalltoService #GoArmyDallas #Soldiers #Careers

From the hard streets of Ecuador to the concrete jungle of New York City, at age 15, Staff Sgt. Ivan Salame found himsel...
12/10/2020

From the hard streets of Ecuador to the concrete jungle of New York City, at age 15, Staff Sgt. Ivan Salame found himself in unfamiliar territory and unsure of his next steps in life after moving to the United States. His passion for soccer opened the doors to Queens College, where he received a two-year scholarship for his undeniable talents as a star goalie on the field.

The aspiration to wear combat boots remained at the core of Salame's desire to become a United States citizen. The newfound ambition led him to his local recruiting office, where he enlisted into the U.S. Army.

"The Army was something that I have always wanted to do. I got my citizenship because of it," Salame said.

On graduation day, while in uniform, Salame received the honor of taking his first-ever picture as a U.S. citizen -- a very proud memory for the now non-commissioned officer.

Salame graduated from Basic Combat Training and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, and began his career in the human resources field as an automated logistical specialist and spent the initial first three years of his career supporting the Adjutant General's Corps.

#GoArmybeatNavy #USArmy #Soldiers #Football #DFW  #Careers
12/10/2020

#GoArmybeatNavy #USArmy #Soldiers #Football #DFW #Careers

Army Recruiting - Arlington, TX
12/10/2020

Army Recruiting - Arlington, TX

More than 100 career options to choose from. Choose your path and show your greatness! ASK ME QUESTIONS!
682-218-8044
#arlingtontx #universityoftexas #usarmy

More than 100 career options to choose from. Choose your path and show your greatness! ASK ME QUESTIONS!682-218-8044#arl...
12/10/2020

More than 100 career options to choose from. Choose your path and show your greatness! ASK ME QUESTIONS!
682-218-8044
#arlingtontx #universityoftexas #usarmy

1st Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment
12/09/2020

1st Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment

Happy Hump Day Geronimo! HHC Scouts prepare for an Air Assault under the cover of darkness as a part of Polar Ascent ‘21. #humpday #PLF #Geronimo #arctictough

We want to recognize Cadet Kayla Minushkin from the Badger Battalion (University of Wisconsin-Madison) who volunteers at...
12/09/2020

We want to recognize Cadet Kayla Minushkin from the Badger Battalion (University of Wisconsin-Madison) who volunteers at a biomolecular chemistry research laboratory where she contributes to research on the endomembrane system and how it relates to different neurodegenerative diseases. As a result of her hard work working on this project, Cadet Minushkin will be published as a contributing author as part of a larger study, which is an uncommon feat for an undergraduate!

#STEM
#USArmy
#LeadersWanted
#COVIDCollegeLife

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A Memorial Day Salute to our Vets! Space, Air, Land & Sea – Live!
Local event for veterans by #22kill to raise funds for veteran health and su***de prevention
Great experience and received a lot of detailed information on how to exceed in the Army from the recruiters. Really motivated to ship out and fulfill my dream. Happy and confident in my decision of joining the Army.
Back when I first thought about joining, I immediately went to the recruiting office and was greeted upon entrance by some of the friendliest, most informative people I could have hoped for. The recruiters there gave me information on every one of my questions, and told me the truth about what I should expect and what to prepare myself for. Everything down to the future soldier training on Thursday's prepared me above what I would go through in basic. Extremely pleased with my experience!
The Following is an Open Letter to the United States Military READING IS FUNDAMENTAL ... "Washington’s geopolitical agendas lead to military actions, BUT RACIAL BIASES MAKE THE WAR PROCESS EASIER when the people being killed and maimed areN'T white people. An oversized elephant in the American media’s living room is a reality that few journalists talk about in public: The U.S.A. keeps waging war on countries where the victims resemble people who often experience personal and institutional racism in the United States." --Norman Solomon, Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting, May 7th, 2004 "The REALITY is that a person in this country is less likely to be killed by terrorism than to be struck by lightning; and, if they are so unlucky, far more likely to be killed by a white supremacist than a Muslim." --Bill Fletcher Jr. and Bob Wing, AlterNet, December 5th, 2016 ARCHER: You killed seven million of my people. I want to be honest with you, I don't much like standing here. JANNAR: We did what we FELT was necessary. ARCHER: I know. --from the Star Trek: Enterprise episode, The Council ... and now, I'm in a position similar to Captain Archer's; I doN'T like dealing with the most evil empire in Human history ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WM1dVohRaA8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJldun440Sk&t=1606s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zo6yVNWcGCo&t=10s ... but I'll still test to see just how sincere you people are about Article VI of the U.S. Constitution, which requires officials to defend America against all enemies -- foreign AND DOMESTIC ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stabbing_of_Timothy_Caughman "In an exclusive jailhouse interview with The News last week, [white supremacist AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE OFFICER James Harris] Jackson said he imagined the bloodshed [as in, the MURDER of 66 year old Timothy Caughman] would deter white women from interr[ethnic] relationships. 'Well, if that guy feels so strongly about it, maybe I shouldn’t do it,' he said, imagining how he wanted a white woman to think of his savagery." --The New York Daily News, April 5th, 2017 https://www.alternet.org/neo-nazis-are-infiltrating-us-armed-forces?src=newsletter1092526 "[The Southern Poverty Law Center's Heidi] Beirich has been monitoring the overlap between the military and the white power movement for more than a decade ... she was disturbed that the Marine Corps hadn’t acted more swiftly to expel [North Carolina's Vasillios] Pistolis and wondered how aggressively the military was dealing with the broader issue of white supremacist infiltration." ... I'VE "wondered" about that myself, hence this open letter: From now on, each branch of America's military must include readWDSM.com as part of its "sensitivity training" in order to purge it of the criminal insanity known as white supremacy ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIryVeifwwA "Ku Klux Klan groups, meanwhile, FELL from 130 groups to 72 [AS A DIRECT RESULT OF readWDSM.com ASK David Neiwert]. The DECLINE is a clear indication that the new generation of white suprem­acists is REJECTING the Klan’s hoods and robes." --The Southern Poverty Law Center, February 21st, 2018 ... I'm simply finishing what a great man started in 1946 ... "So how to attack the Klan? [Activist/journalist Stetson] Kennedy had a brilliant idea -- he approached the producers of The Adventures of Superman radio show about using the K*K as a villain on the program ... What happened over these 16 episodes is that the mystique of the Klan was punctured ... right as the Klan was preparing to resurge ... The damage was done. The Klan would come back in the late '50s and early '60s, but their political power was GONE -- they were just a terrorist organization. They would NEVER recover their respect." --Devin Faraci, editor-in-chief of the movie review website, Birth.Movies.Death ... and if anything, what YOU YOURSELVES have already done ... http://content.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,766523,00.html "Superman got a high priority rating last week: The Navy Department ruled that Superman comic books should be included among essential supplies destined for the Marine garrison at Midway Islands. For the tough Marines, as for all U.S. Armed Forces, the Man of Steel is still super-favorite reading. But Superman is now in a really tough spot that even he can't get out of. His patriotism is above reproach. As the mightiest, fightingest American, he ought to join up. But he just can't. In the combat services he would lick the J**s and N***s." --Time Magazine, April 13th, 1942 "Footage of WWII soldiers poring over comic books in the field sums up the morale-boosting importance of the tales ... Superheroes, it turns out, represent 'our better angels.' Who would dare argue? When news photos capture kids in Superman costumes in the middle of the Arab Spring, the profound and enduring effect of these creations is undeniable." --Joanne Ostrow, The Denver Post, October 11th, 2013 ... "ESSENTIAL supplies," it said ... So let's enlist the greatest hero of all time ..! "It's very hard for me to be silly about Superman because I've seen firsthand how he actually transforms people's lives. I have seen children dying of brain tumors who wanted as their last request to talk to me and have gone to their graves with a peace brought on by knowing that their belief in this kind of character is intact. I've seen that Superman really matters. It's not Superman the tongue-in-cheek cartoon character they're connecting with, they're connecting with something very basic: The ability to overcome obstacles; the ability to persevere." --Christopher Reeve (1952 - 2004), Time Magazine