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BRANDON: The recruiters I realized were not there to put you down and to just sign you up for anything that's there. They were there to help you, to better yourself for your future not only while you're in the Army but for after you get out of the Army for your future family and for the rest of your life.

If I had a friend that asked me what the process was coming in talking to a recruiter, I'd tell them just go in and talk to the recruiter and they will square you away with anything that you want to know. They will help you even if you're having family problems, that's what they're there for. They're there to talk and that's a good thing about the recruiters I've noticed is they're there for you no matter what the issue is.

What does an Army recruiter do?

A recruiter will help you tailor your Army experience to fit your needs and goals. Want to take advantage of money for your education? Need certain job skills? Your recruiter can give you the specifics on all the Army benefits to help you make the most out of your Army career.

What to Ask an Army Recruiter?

Recruiters are some of the most experienced Soldiers in the Army, and they are qualified to tell you about what the Army has to offer. Some have served overseas, and some have seen combat. You should feel free to ask them about their experiences and how the Army has helped them meet their goals.

How do I Contact an Army Recruiter today?

Learn More about talking to a recruiter. Already prepared to begin working with a recruiter and starting the process of enlisting in the Army? Get in contact with your local recruiting office or call at 1-888-550-ARMY.