U.S. Army Recruiting Battalion- Milwaukee

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The #USArmy is hiring. We have 10,000 openings with 150 different job options. #JoinUs and help us make a difference. #a...
06/18/2020

The #USArmy is hiring. We have 10,000 openings with 150 different job options.

#JoinUs and help us make a difference. #armyhiringdays

NOW HIRING! The #USArmy is conducting our first-ever National Hiring Days event from June 30 - July 2!🔟 0️⃣ 0️⃣ 0️⃣ posi...
06/17/2020

NOW HIRING! The #USArmy is conducting our first-ever National Hiring Days event from June 30 - July 2!

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Visit https://go.usa.gov/xwE6B to learn about all of our career options, benefits, and more! #JoinUs #CallToServe

All of us at the U.S. Army Milwaukee Recruiting Battalion would like to congratulate Lt. Col. Collin Keenan and his wife...
06/16/2020

All of us at the U.S. Army Milwaukee Recruiting Battalion would like to congratulate Lt. Col. Collin Keenan and his wife Grace on their marriage this past weekend! Wishing you many years of health and happiness together! #ArmyFamily

U.S. Army Recruiting Battalion- Milwaukee's cover photo
06/16/2020

U.S. Army Recruiting Battalion- Milwaukee's cover photo

Harder, better, faster, stronger 💪 #MondayMotivation #pt #armystrong
06/15/2020

Harder, better, faster, stronger 💪 #MondayMotivation #pt #armystrong

06/14/2020
Home of the Brave- Army Birthday - Don't use till June 4th.mp4

For 245 years, the @USArmy has stood together with America to help save lives and protect our people and our nation.

This year, the 245th anniversary of the Army’s establishments falls during a national crisis, but we’re all in this together, and we’re here to serve our nation. #HappyBirthdayArmy #armybday #calltoserve

06/12/2020
Amry Birthday.mp4

From the Battle of Lexington to present day, U.S. Army Soldiers have answered our nation’s call for 245 years. #CallToServe

06/11/2020
What's your Legacy

Whether it’s a family history of service, or an individual drive to be a part of something bigger, our Army’s history of coming together to get it done is also America’s LEGACY. #tbt #Armybday #calltoserve

U.S. Army Recruiting Battalion- Milwaukee's cover photo
06/11/2020

U.S. Army Recruiting Battalion- Milwaukee's cover photo

06/10/2020

ICYMI - Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones, Maj. Gen. Brian Winski (101st Airborne), BG Walter Rugen (Futures Command), BG Johnny Davis (Joint Modernization Command), and Lt. Col. Collin Keenan (Milwaukee Recruiting BN) congratulate Army future soldiers of the class of 2020 for graduating high school.

US Army Recruiting Command (USAREC)
101st Airborne Division (Air Assault)
Army Futures Command
U.S. Army Joint Modernization Command
NFL

#classof2020 #virtualgraduation #usarmy #packers #gopackgo #futuresoldiers

Sometimes your world is thrown upside down... In the #USArmy, we train you to be ready for whatever life throws your way...
06/08/2020

Sometimes your world is thrown upside down... In the #USArmy, we train you to be ready for whatever life throws your way! #MondayMotivation

06/06/2020

76 years ago today, on June 6th 1944, more than 160,000 Allied troops landed along a 50-mile stretch of heavily-fortified French coastline, to fight Nazi Germany on the beaches of Normandy. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower called the operation a crusade in which, “we will accept nothing less than full victory.” More than 9,000 Allied Soldiers were killed or wounded. Four #USArmy Soldiers received the Medal of Honor for their heroic acts that day. #dday

Join us tomorrow for a special event as we congratulate our future soldiers! #live #classof2020 #graduation
06/05/2020

Join us tomorrow for a special event as we congratulate our future soldiers! #live #classof2020 #graduation

Soldiers stand together.  Diversity is our strength. That's the U.S. Army way. Respect, honor, and integrity are key val...
06/05/2020

Soldiers stand together.

Diversity is our strength. That's the U.S. Army way. Respect, honor, and integrity are key values instilled in every Soldier. Every day, it remains our duty to live up to those values in how we treat each other, our neighbors, and all citizens.

Congratulations to our Battalion Commander, Lt. Col. Collin Keenan, who completed his final class for his Masters of Hig...
06/04/2020

Congratulations to our Battalion Commander, Lt. Col. Collin Keenan, who completed his final class for his Masters of Higher Education Administration Degree. With the @USArmy's help, he has earned 5 different college degrees!

The #USArmy offers a number of lifetime education and training programs. It is up to you to utilize them! #Congrats

Our command team is ready to take on any duty... even if it shucks.
06/03/2020

Our command team is ready to take on any duty... even if it shucks.

Get up and GO, it's #nationalrunningday! Running is a core part of #Soldier training and fitness. How many miles are you...
06/03/2020

Get up and GO, it's #nationalrunningday!

Running is a core part of #Soldier training and fitness. How many miles are you running today? 👟

"I will never accept defeat. I will never quit.".A determined trainee low crawls through the dust as he makes his way th...
06/01/2020

"I will never accept defeat. I will never quit."
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A determined trainee low crawls through the dust as he makes his way through the "Team Week" confidence course during #BasicCombatTraining on Fort Jackson, South Carolina. #mondaymotivation

Looking forward to the weekend 😎 25th Combat Aviation Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, Soldiers train on aerial gunnery ...
05/29/2020

Looking forward to the weekend 😎

25th Combat Aviation Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, Soldiers train on aerial gunnery at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. This training allows crews to maintain combat readiness and weapons proficiency. Photo by Sgt. Sarah D. Sangster

05/29/2020
Sheboygan South 2020 Senior Signing Day

Check it out!

Lt. Col. Collin Keenan administers the Oath of Enlistment to Sheboygan South High School future soldiers as part of their high school's special Senior Signing Day Video (starts at 11:23).

Congratulations seniors and future soldiers on this incredible accomplishment!

This video celebrates Sheboygan South HS graduates who have a verified post-secondary plan of attending a 4 or 2 year college, enlisting in the military, or ...

Thank you to all of those that paid the ultimate sacrifice so that we may enjoy our freedoms as Americans. #NeverForget ...
05/25/2020

Thank you to all of those that paid the ultimate sacrifice so that we may enjoy our freedoms as Americans. #NeverForget #MemorialDay

05/25/2020
Memorial Day Taps from The U.S. Army Band

“Today is the day we put aside to remember fallen heroes and to pray that no heroes will ever have to die for us again. It's a day of thanks for the valor of others, a day to remember the splendor of America and those of her children who rest in this cemetery and others. It's a day to be with the family and remember.” - President Ronald Reagan.

In honor of Memorial Day, The U.S. Army Band Trumpet Ensemble performs Jari Villanueva’s arrangement of “Taps” to recognize those who humbly sacrificed their lives for this great nation. #HonorThem #MemorialDay

With 150 career paths, the #Army has a perfect fit for everyone. What's your warrior? Send us a message or click the lin...
05/21/2020

With 150 career paths, the #Army has a perfect fit for everyone. What's your warrior? Send us a message or click the link below to reach your full potential!

https://go.usa.gov/xvhAf

05/19/2020
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Maps, weather, geographical data 🌎

Army geospatial engineers utilize all that information to protect our nation. This position is available in both the #ArmyReserve and as #Army #ActiveDuty ✅

Click the link to launch your #USArmy #Career
https://go.usa.gov/xvJ5P

Success is how high you bounce when you hit bottom.” - Gen. George S. PattonDifficult times require resiliency and stren...
05/18/2020

Success is how high you bounce when you hit bottom.” - Gen. George S. Patton

Difficult times require resiliency and strength to keep pushing on. There will always be challenges in life, that won't change. But will you change your ways to meet them head on?

The #USArmy can help instill those values and give you the tools to succeed in your career and life! #MondayMotivation #quote #inspo

The show must go on! These #Airborne #soldiers from the 82nd Airborne Division remain hard at work, training, and prepar...
05/13/2020

The show must go on! These #Airborne #soldiers from the 82nd Airborne Division remain hard at work, training, and preparing to serve our nation. 💪

Not sure what you want to do after high school?Know what you want to do but don't want expensive student loans? The #USA...
05/12/2020

Not sure what you want to do after high school?

Know what you want to do but don't want expensive student loans?

The #USArmy may be the answer! We offer 150+ #career options, college tuition, on-the-job training, and more!

Talk to us today to get started: https://go.usa.gov/xvHdz #seniors #classof2020 #studentloans #graduation

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11425 West Lake Park Drive
Milwaukee, WI
53224

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General information

All Soldiers In-processing to the Milwaukee Recruiting BN should visit http://www.usarec.army.mil/3rdbde/5jbn/ to view the in-processing checklist.

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00

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MISSION STATEMENT

The Milwaukee Recruiting Battalion leads the most qualified men and women to serve as Soldiers, both officer and enlisted, to meet the needs of the Army and act as ambassadors to the American people. BATTALION VISION

The Milwaukee Recruiting Battalion is a premier team comprised of disciplined, professional and adaptive leaders who accomplish our mission. We are dedicated to maintaining an impeccable reputation in our local communities by recruiting with integrity and projecting the Army Values. We exhibit the highest standards of performance...on and off duty. We treat everyone with dignity and respect. We take care of each other and our families.

HISTORY

The battalion headquarters first opened in Milwaukee on July 1, 1974. At that time it was known as the Milwaukee District Recruiting Command (DRC) located on the East Side of town at 2266 N. Prospect Avenue. The DRC provided command and control for seven companies and 47 recruiting stations covering more than 43,000 square miles in Wisconsin and two-thirds of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. One hundred and twenty-eight recruiters had the task of recruiting from a market of nearly 120 thousand people.

Since 1974, the battalion remained in Milwaukee as a recruiting headquarters. In 1983 it relocated to the Henry Ruess Federal Plaza in downtown Milwaukee. In 1993, the battalion was inactivated as a result of the military's downsizing efforts. The Minneapolis Recruiting Battalion took over Milwaukee's territory.

After a year and a half absence from Milwaukee, the battalion reopened in March of 1995 as a result of an increase in the Army's recruiting mission and a need for more localized recruiter support. Then, after more than ten years in downtown Milwaukee, the battalion moved to new offices on the northwest side of Milwaukee to be closer to the newly constructed MEPS building. In December of 2006, this became the battalion's current location.

Today, the headquarters supports four Wisconsin-based companies located in Milwaukee, Madison, Appleton and Fort McCoy, one Michigan-based company in Iron Mountain, and one Illinois-based company located in Loves Park.

The headquarters supports 45 recruiting stations and more than 235 recruiters. It covers an area of 79,708 square miles with 607 high schools and 85 colleges. The battalion headquarters employs 22 civilians and 10 Soldiers. The Milwaukee Recruiting Battalion motto is "We are Legends!".

Milwaukee Battalion recruiters enlist men and women into the Army and Army Reserve. They prospect for enlistees in area high schools, colleges, job fairs, state and county fairs, and the general population throughout Wisconsin, Michigan's Upper Peninsula, and northwest Illinois.

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