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1 Army Strong Headquarters, USAREC COL Renee Finnegan Brief to Army Reserve G-1 War Council 11 January 2007

2 Army Strong Headquarters, USAREC 2 FY05 RA MSN 80,000 RA ACH 73,373 AR MSN 22,175 AR ACH 19,400 TOTAL ACH 93K FY06 RA MSN 80,000 RA ACH 80,635 AR MSN 25,500 AR ACH 25,378 TOTAL ACH 106K 13,000 INCREASE Soldiers/Training Volume Mission Advertising Battalion Assets Referral Bonus Waiver Process RIP Age Change Tattoos ARMS Mission Achievement

3 Army Strong Headquarters, USAREC 3 Key Messages Recruiting an all-volunteer force during a protracted war – Challenges Remain Successful recruiting in FY06 –Regular Army 100.8% (80.6K of the 80K); 12K (15%) FY07 Entry Pool –Army Reserve 99.5% (25.4K of the 25.5K); 2.7K (10%) FY07 Entry Pool Highest RA total in 9 years; highest AR total in 3 years Increased trained recruiters, incentives/bonuses, technology, policy changes Army Achieved FY06 Retention Mission; 104% RA, 103% AR FY06 100% Fully qualified; 81% HSDG for RA, 91% AR; All others are HSG Equivalent –High School Diploma Grads avg only 4pts higher on the ASVAB than GEDs (58 vice 54) FY06 Enlistee Degrees – Over 3,700 with BA, 280 Masters and 23 with PhDs –Over 15% RA and 19% AR FY06 with college experience (PS/NPS) Less than 3 out of 10 youths (17-24 year olds) are fully qualified ~ 90K of 106K total accessions (RA/AR) required no waiver Initial Entry Training Attrition reduced from 18% (May 05) to 6.3% (Aug 06) –Field training and Warrior tasks have increased; 60% DS deployment experience More than an Army challenge – a challenge for the Nation

4 Army Strong Headquarters, USAREC 4 How likely is it that you will be serving in the Military in the next few years? General Military Propensity By Race/Ethnicity Hispanic and African-American propensity have decreased considerably in the past six months. Military propensity for Caucasian youth is at its lowest point. %Definitely/Probably = significant change from previous poll Challenges Increased deployments Bonuses / Incentives #1 concern is educational benefits Source: DOD Youth Poll

5 Army Strong Headquarters, USAREC 5 FY06 Mission FS Entry Pool ACC + FS Accessed Oct 05 1, ,503 Nov 05 1, ,451 Dec Jan 06 2, ,543 2,399 Feb 06 1, ,549 Mar 06 1, ,516 Apr 06 1, ,295 May 06 2, ,822 Jun 06 3, ,778 4,913 Jul 06 3, ,082 Aug 06 3, ,835 Sep 06 2, ,289 Total 25,500 2,440 4,762 25,378 FY07 Mission FS Entry Pool ACC + FS Oct 06 1, ,457 Nov 06 1, ,223 Dec Jan 07 2, Feb 07 1, Mar 07 1, Apr 07 1, May 07 2, Jun 07 4, ,694 Jul 07 3, Aug 07 2, Sep 07 2, Total 26,500 2,695 4,693 EOM RSM DEC 17% 13% Army Reserve Accessions 57% 41% 16% 31% DEC Contract Mission 2.3K Actual Entry Pool for FY07 2.7K (14.2%) FY06 2.4K (12.2%) FY05 2.5K (13.6%) FY04 6.5K (31.0%)

6 Army Strong Headquarters, USAREC 6 41 Referrals 2 Shipped FT Lewis 60 Referrals 5 Shipped FT Riley 47 Referrals 2 Shipped FT Carson 32 Referrals 1 Shipped FT Leonard Wood 47 Referrals 2 Shipped FT Bliss 22 Referrals 1 Shipped FT Hood 44 Referrals 1 Shipped FT Polk 13 Referrals 0 Shipped FT Knox 33 Referrals 2 Shipped Fort McCoy 32 Referrals 1 Shipped FT Drum 21 Referrals 2 Shipped Fort Meade 15 Referrals 1 Shipped FT Eustis 28 Referrals 2 Shipped FT Bragg 80 Referrals 5 Shipped FT Gordon 23 Referrals 1 Shipped FT Stewart 30 Referrals 4 Shipped FT Benning 17 Referrals 0 Shipped FT Campbell 49 Referrals 2 Shipped -Referral that Shipped FT Belvior 14 Referrals 1 Shipped 2295 Total Referrals 321 Contracts ( 224 RA / 97 AR) 86 Shipped (61 RA / 25 AR) (Retirees 244/19/3) As of: 4 DEC 06 FT Jackson 36 Referrals 2 Shipped Tobyhanna 5 Referrals 0 Shipped FT Huachuca 16 Referrals 0 Shipped FT Sam Houston 48 Referrals 3 Shipped Referral Bonus Pilot Program - FY07 (CONUS Installations Contributing Referrals)

7 Army Strong Headquarters, USAREC 7 70 th RRC 11 Referrals 2 Shipped 96th RRC 10 Referrals 3 Shipped 104th DIV (IT) 7 Referrals 0 Shipped 88th RRC 73 Referrals 21 Shipped 75th DIV (TS) 1 Referral 1 Shipped 85th DIV (TS) 0 Referrals 0 Shipped 94th RRC 11 Referrals 2 Shipped 99th RRC 40 Referrals 12 Shipped 80th DIV (IT) 4 Referrals 1 Shipped 108th DIV (IT) 14 Referrals 0 Shipped 63rd RRC 25 Referrals 3 Shipped 91 st DIV (TS) 1 Referral 0 Shipped 89th RRC 100 Referrals 8 Shipped 77th RRC 16 Referrals 2 Shipped 90th RRC 76 Referrals 14 Shipped 65th RRC 49 Referrals 4 Shipped 87th DIV (TS) 3 Referrals 0 Shipped 81st RRC 115 Referrals 18 Shipped 100th DIV (IT) 10 Referrals 2 Shipped 98th DIV (IT) 2 Referrals 0 Shipped 95th DIV (IT) 8 Referrals 1 Shipped Referral Bonus Program Status (AR Contribution) IT or TS DIVAR Enlistments Others 2,989 Referrals 109 Shipped 3,646 Total Referrals from AR 300 Contracts 203 Shipped As of: 4 DEC 06 78th DIV (TS) 1 Referral 0 Shipped

8 Army Strong Headquarters, USAREC 8 Army Recruiters Going above and beyond SGT Michael Jordan - Great Lakes, BN Assigned mission of 2 / Achieved 5 AR contracts in NOV 06 SFC Lewis Parker - Baltimore BN Assigned mission of 2 / Achieved 6 AR contracts in OCT 06

9 Army Strong Headquarters, USAREC 9 What You Can Do to Help Do you know your local AGR Recruiter? Refer Quality NCOs for Recruiting Duty; Leadership Positions now available and promotion to E7 RRC Education Specialists: Reduce processing time of tuition assistance requests Mandate a 2d QTR TPU Referral Program Blitz; create SMART accounts for every AR Soldier (www.usarec.army.mil/smart or extension )www.usarec.army.mil/smart CG/CSM Mandate Attendance & AAR of Reserve Partnership Councils (BN Cdr or Higher)

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14 Army Strong Headquarters, USAREC 14 Regular Army Accessions FY06 Mission Entry Pool ACC + FS Accessed Oct 05 4,700 3,255 4,925 Nov 05 5, ,818 5,855 Dec Jan 06 8,100 1,199 1,975 8,336 Feb 06 6, ,112 Mar 06 5, ,391 Apr 06 5, ,680 May 06 5, ,805 Jun 06 8,600 1,643 1,914 8,752 Jul 06 10, ,849 10,884 Aug 06 10, ,488 Sep 06 9, ,666 Total 80, ,635 EOM RSM OCT FY07 Mission Entry Pool ACC + FS Oct 06 5,150 5,264 5,560 Nov 06 6,150 1,663 5,526 Dec Jan 07 8,350 1,092 2,218 Feb 07 6, Mar 07 5, Apr 07 5, May 07 5, Jun 07 8,400 2,088 2,395 Jul 07 9,750 1,448 1,908 Aug 07 9, Sep 07 9, Total 80,000 12,079 18,669 81% 24% 16% 23% 61% 21% 23% 19% USAREC DEC Contract Mission 6.7K Actual Entry Pool for FY K (15.1%) FY06 9.9K (12.4%) FY K (18.4%) FY K (43.2%)

15 Army Strong Headquarters, USAREC 15 * Estimate based on 2005 Camber Prime Market Study; 2005 DOD QMA Study; 2005 Woods & Poole (2006 projections) Total Market minus -Disqualified -Medically -Morally -Dependent -Overweight Refining the Market for FY M YO Youth Population (M/F) 10.7 M 6.1 M 5.2 M 8.8 M (Less than 3 of 10) Potential MarketTarget MarketPrime Market Millions HSDG IIIB 1.9 HSDG Female I-IIIA M 14 M HSDG Male I-IIIA 3.4 HSDG Male I-IIIA 2.2 HSDG < CAT IIIB 2.6 Potential Market minus (-) Cat IV (-) Non-HSDG Target Market minus (-) IIIB (-) I-IIIA Females (-) Waivers (1.2 M) 8.3 M Non-HSDG 3.1 HSDG Female I-IIIA 3.0 HSDG IIIB 1.9 Limited number of Non-HSDG and CAT IV are able to serve Even with a waiver, less than half are able to serve Recruiters must focus on finding the Prime Market (7.1%)


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