America's Most Wanted

THE ARMY IS LOOKING FOR A FEW GOOD MEN OTHER THAN THE ones it just let go, that is. The highly publicized round of military-base closings and cutbacks is making it hard for the Army to recruit, partly because many would-be candidates assume that the military isn't looking for new people. In fact, the military needs a steady influx of newcomers to maintain its vitality. Adapting to the reduced demand, the Army has scaled back its goal of recruiting 100% high school grads to 95% -- and even that's proving tough to meet.


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