U.S. Army Recruiting Station - Marinette

U.S. Army Recruiting Station - Marinette This is the Official page for the Marinette, WI US Army Recruiting Station. If you have a question that is personal in nature, please email: [email protected]

Operating as usual

Can you find the #USArmy sniper?
12/04/2021

Can you find the #USArmy sniper?

Can you find the #USArmy sniper?

11/18/2021
My Army Story - Staff Sgt. Mason Cereo

"I always knew I wanted to help people.
I wanted to create a comfortable life for myself.
I wanted to be able to experience things, go places, #travel, do exciting things, and that's where I found the #Army, and the rest is history."

Check out Staff Sgt. Mason Cereo's full #SoldierStory

What would you name your #Tank? πŸ€” #TankTuesday
11/16/2021

What would you name your #Tank? πŸ€”

#TankTuesday

What would you name your #Tank? πŸ€”

#TankTuesday

11/14/2021
The Infantry Creed

The Infantry Creed:

I am the Infantry.
I am my country’s strength in war, her deterrent in peace.
I am the heart of the fight… wherever, whenever...

Who knows the rest? πŸ™‹

Are you ready to be part of the most elite fighting forces on earth? https://www.goarmy.com/info.html?iom=AZG5

#JoinUs #FollowMe #Infantry #11x

That 4 day holiday weekend feeling πŸ˜„ #FridayFeeling Not sure what that means? Ask your local #army recruiter.
11/12/2021

That 4 day holiday weekend feeling πŸ˜„ #FridayFeeling

Not sure what that means? Ask your local #army recruiter.

That 4 day holiday weekend feeling πŸ˜„ #FridayFeeling

Not sure what that means? Ask your local #army recruiter.

Happy Veterans Day. Thank You to all who served.Veterans Day, originally know as Armistice Day, honors all veterans for ...
11/11/2021

Happy Veterans Day. Thank You to all who served.

Veterans Day, originally know as Armistice Day, honors all veterans for the service to their country. This coincides with the celebration of the end of World War 1, which ended the 11th hour, of the 11th month, on the 11th day of 1918.

Happy Veterans Day. Thank You to all who served.

Veterans Day, originally know as Armistice Day, honors all veterans for the service to their country. This coincides with the celebration of the end of World War 1, which ended the 11th hour, of the 11th month, on the 11th day of 1918.

10/30/2021
Military Police Career

Start your law enforcement career with the #USArmy ⚫ πŸ”΅

The #Army will give you training and on-the-job skills to set up your #lawenforcement career. Add in top-level benefits like housing, #college tuition, healthcare, and more- the Army will put you on the path to success β˜‘οΈ

Follow this link to talk to a local Army career expert and get started today: https://www.goarmy.com/info.html?iom=AZG5

#MP #31B #JoinUs

10/28/2021
MOS: 31K Military Working Dog Handler

Army Job Highlight: Military Working Dog Handler (MOS: 31K)

As a Military Working Dog Handler, you’ll be responsible for the care and training of a service dog, both at home and abroad, supporting missions and daily law enforcement. Military Working Dogs search for narcotic drugs or explosives and act as a non-lethal option for neutralizing threats. Service dogs also serve as a psychological deterrent during law enforcement operations.

Interested in learning more about an #Army career? Send us a message! πŸ’¬
#WhatsYourWarrior #JoinUs #MP #Lawenforcement

Your dream job is within reach. The #USArmy has 150+ career paths. You can pick the role you want to pursue on our team....
10/25/2021

Your dream job is within reach. The #USArmy has 150+ career paths. You can pick the role you want to pursue on our team. Plus, the #Army will give you valuable training and #education benefits along the way.

Send us a message or follow the link to start your Army adventure today: https://www.goarmy.com/info.html?iom=AZG5

Your dream job is within reach. The #USArmy has 150+ career paths. You can pick the role you want to pursue on our team. Plus, the #Army will give you valuable training and #education benefits along the way.

Send us a message or follow the link to start your Army adventure today: https://www.goarmy.com/info.html?iom=AZG5

10/18/2021
Hanging with friends

When you're in the #Infantry "hanging" with friends takes on a whole new meaning πŸ’₯ #Army #Mortars #mortarsquad

Interested in learning more about a #USarmy Infantry career? Send us a message or follow the link to get started: https://www.goarmy.com/info.html?iom=AZG5 #Infantryman #11c

Ready for anything 😀 #JoinUs #JungleOps
10/17/2021

Ready for anything 😀 #JoinUs #JungleOps

Ready for anything 😀 #JoinUs #JungleOps

Going πŸ†™ The path to a more exciting career starts today. Tap the link to get in touch with a local recruiter and learn h...
10/14/2021

Going πŸ†™

The path to a more exciting career starts today. Tap the link to get in touch with a local recruiter and learn how the #Army can change your life!

▢️ https://www.goarmy.com/info.html?iom=AZG5

Going πŸ†™

The path to a more exciting career starts today. Tap the link to get in touch with a local recruiter and learn how the #Army can change your life!

▢️ https://www.goarmy.com/info.html?iom=AZG5

😎 #TankTuesday
10/12/2021

😎 #TankTuesday

😎 #TankTuesday

Keep pushing πŸ‘Š πŸ’ͺ #MondayMotivation
10/11/2021

Keep pushing πŸ‘Š πŸ’ͺ #MondayMotivation

Keep pushing πŸ‘Š πŸ’ͺ #MondayMotivation

10/07/2021
Amber English - Winning the Gold

Olympic Gold Medalist πŸ₯‡
Army Reserve Officer βœ…

"The #Army reserve provides me a lot of flexibility...I'm constantly learning and trying to push myself. And that's one thing that the #ArmyReserve has provided," 1st Lieutenant Amber English.

Sometimes the night shift isn't so bad ✨ πŸ’«
10/06/2021

Sometimes the night shift isn't so bad ✨ πŸ’«

Sometimes the night shift isn't so bad ✨ πŸ’«

Are you ready to reach new heights? ⬆️ πŸ†™ Let the #Army take you there!
09/25/2021

Are you ready to reach new heights? ⬆️ πŸ†™

Let the #Army take you there!

Are you ready to reach new heights? ⬆️ πŸ†™

Let the #Army take you there!

#Army career highlight: Cyber Operations Specialist (MOS: 17C)➑️ You can earn 78 professional certificates 🀝 Active Duty...
09/18/2021

#Army career highlight: Cyber Operations Specialist (MOS: 17C)

➑️ You can earn 78 professional certificates
🀝 Active Duty and Reserve options

πŸ›‘οΈ Defend the Army’s crucial and complex weapons systems against both foreign and domestic cyber threats.

πŸ’» Respond to attacks and help our nation gain an advantage in cyberspace across all domains by targeting enemy activities and capabilities.

Who's interested in a #career in #it and #cyber πŸ™‹: https://www.goarmy.com/info.html?iom=APJ5

#Army career highlight: Cyber Operations Specialist (MOS: 17C)

➑️ You can earn 78 professional certificates
🀝 Active Duty and Reserve options

πŸ›‘οΈ Defend the Army’s crucial and complex weapons systems against both foreign and domestic cyber threats.

πŸ’» Respond to attacks and help our nation gain an advantage in cyberspace across all domains by targeting enemy activities and capabilities.

Who's interested in a #career in #it and #cyber πŸ™‹: https://www.goarmy.com/info.html?iom=APJ5

1️⃣ 5️⃣ 0️⃣ career choices βž• 1️⃣ right path for you_______________________The adventure of a lifetime 🌎 Get started toda...
09/15/2021

1️⃣ 5️⃣ 0️⃣ career choices
βž• 1️⃣ right path for you
_______________________
The adventure of a lifetime 🌎

Get started today: https://www.goarmy.com/info.html?iom=APJ5

1️⃣ 5️⃣ 0️⃣ career choices
βž• 1️⃣ right path for you
_______________________
The adventure of a lifetime 🌎

Get started today: https://www.goarmy.com/info.html?iom=APJ5

You can't see me πŸ™… #camo #USArmy #JoinUs
09/12/2021

You can't see me πŸ™…

#camo #USArmy #JoinUs

You can't see me πŸ™…

#camo #USArmy #JoinUs

20 years ago our nation came under attack. We honor and remember all those we lost two decades ago and salute those who ...
09/11/2021

20 years ago our nation came under attack.

We honor and remember all those we lost two decades ago and salute those who were inspired to serve our country as a result of 9/11.

#PatriotDay | #NeverForget | #WeRemember911

20 years ago our nation came under attack.

We honor and remember all those we lost two decades ago and salute those who were inspired to serve our country as a result of 9/11.

#PatriotDay | #NeverForget | #WeRemember911

The #Army career-building plan: - Pick your career track (Intel, Mechanics, Engineer, Military Police, IT, HR, Infantry,...
09/08/2021

The #Army career-building plan:

- Pick your career track (Intel, Mechanics, Engineer, Military Police, IT, HR, Infantry, etc.)
- Get free professional training in your field by the Army
- Gain valuable experience and skills
- Earn free tuition to further your career

Follow the link to get in touch with a local #USarmy recruiter who can answer any and all questions you have about being a #Soldier: https://www.goarmy.com/info.html?iom=APJ5

The #Army career-building plan:

- Pick your career track (Intel, Mechanics, Engineer, Military Police, IT, HR, Infantry, etc.)
- Get free professional training in your field by the Army
- Gain valuable experience and skills
- Earn free tuition to further your career

Follow the link to get in touch with a local #USarmy recruiter who can answer any and all questions you have about being a #Soldier: https://www.goarmy.com/info.html?iom=APJ5

Army Combat #Engineer Appreciation Post βš’οΈ The Army's creative problem solvers! Whatever might stand in the way of the m...
09/07/2021

Army Combat #Engineer Appreciation Post βš’οΈ

The Army's creative problem solvers! Whatever might stand in the way of the mission, they take care of it.

Combat engineers' duties are to construct fighting positions, fixed/floating bridges, and obstacles and defensive positions, place and detonate explosives, conduct operations that include route clearance of obstacles and rivers, prepare and install firing systems for demolition and explosives, and detect mines.

Interested in learning more about becoming an #Army engineer? Follow the link to get in touch with a local #USArmy expert: https://www.goarmy.com/info.html?iom=AVF3

Army Combat #Engineer Appreciation Post βš’οΈ

The Army's creative problem solvers! Whatever might stand in the way of the mission, they take care of it.

Combat engineers' duties are to construct fighting positions, fixed/floating bridges, and obstacles and defensive positions, place and detonate explosives, conduct operations that include route clearance of obstacles and rivers, prepare and install firing systems for demolition and explosives, and detect mines.

Interested in learning more about becoming an #Army engineer? Follow the link to get in touch with a local #USArmy expert: https://www.goarmy.com/info.html?iom=AVF3

Check out these shots from the "Best European Sniper" competition which took place last month in Germany. 27 teams from ...
09/05/2021

Check out these shots from the "Best European Sniper" competition which took place last month in Germany.

27 teams from 14 countries participated in the 10-day competition, including 3 teams from the US #Military

This year's winners:
πŸ₯‡ Slovenia
πŸ₯ˆ Turkey
πŸ₯‰ Latvia

#Sniper #snipers #strongeurope #nato

Part-time service, full-time benefits. Find a better way to pay for your education, all the while gaining real-world on ...
09/02/2021

Part-time service, full-time benefits.

Find a better way to pay for your education, all the while gaining real-world on the job experience, in the field of your choice!

#JoinUs #ArmyReserve

Part-time service, full-time benefits.

Find a better way to pay for your education, all the while gaining real-world on the job experience, in the field of your choice!

#JoinUs #ArmyReserve

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3511 Murray St, Ste 102
Marinette, WI
54143

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Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
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