Recruiters struggle to find an Army

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The Army is struggling to find volunteers for an unpopular war, despite recruiting bonuses of up to $20,000 and pay increases for enlistees that have beaten inflation by 21 percent since 2000.

It met its numeric goal of 80,000 recruits last year, but it paid a price in terms of declining numbers of high school graduates and lower scores on skills and physical tests.

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Unfortunately it seems now that the U.S. military ... by Archie on Saturday, Nov 10, 2007 at 9:14:47 PM
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