Up To $485.1M in Recruiting-Relating U.S. Military Contracts

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A number of different U.S. military organizations have recently issued recruiting-related contracts, including a $250 million advertising & publicity contract for the U.S. Army, up to $200 million for various National Guard related services, and up to $35.1 million in materials for Navy recruiting command. Both the U.S. Army and especially the National Guard have recently had issues with recruiting goals as the regular force size rises, and the prime cohort for National Guard enlistment sees more of a stark choice between re-enlistment in the regular force and service abroad vs. exit from the service....

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