USAREC

AcronymDefinition
USARECUnited States Army Recruiting Command
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Prior to joining USAREC, she served as the chief of investigation, Headquarters Department of the Army Inspector General Agency.
"The command has always received foreign visitors interested in learning about how we recruit," said Rick Ayer, director of the USAREC commander's initiatives group and coordinator for the command's first International Recruiting Summit.
We were able to eliminate a lot of waste," said Army Chief Warrant Officer 4 Jack Bailey, chief of USAREC's Special Missions Recruiting Division.
"Now orders flow automatically to pick tickets at the warehouse, saving the 300-plus hours previously spent in order entry and tracking credits and another 100 hours spent in generating reports," according to Dave Clapper, director of the USAREC's Logistics Support Center.
These prerequisites are submitted to USAREC and posted to the above website.
The doctrine team at USAREC headquarters also provides support during the lesson update process.
The ARCD SPC Accessions Career Counselor will forward the completed warrant officer application packet to the USAREC boards branch for screening.
Army Recruiting Command (USAREC), an equally rapid process was needed to ensure that all critical tasks, Soldier training publications (STPs), and training products for recruiting Soldiers and civilians remained relevant.
The brigades have a mix of both CONUS accounts and USAREC accounts.
Bostick told members of Congress that USAREC is also working to help the Army Reserve meet its goal of 25,500 new Soldiers.
Two annual selection boards are held: (1) The December dental specialty board administered by the GDE administrators and the Army Human Resources Command, and (2) the February AGD-1 board administered by the US Army Recruiting Command (USAREC).
Army Recruiting Command (USAREC) headquarters and RRS, training developers and instructors have taken advantage of blended learning to create flexible learning environments.