Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Army Hits Recruiting Goals Again

For the second month in a row, the Army has hit its recruiting target.

It's a quagmire!


Glaivester said...

However, the army is hitting its recruiting goals by lowering its recruiting standards.

The Army exceeded by 256 its goal of 5,600 recruits for November, while the Army Reserve brought in 1,454 recruits, exceeding its target by 112. To do so, the Army accepted a "double-digit" percentage of recruits who scored between 16 and 30 out of a possible 99 on the military's aptitude test, said officials who requested anonymity.

Baltimore Sun.

Via Steve Sailer (permalink not up yet).

Glaivester said...