New Army Ad Campaign Focuses on Civilian Employee Recruitment

May 13, 2024

The Army hopes its new recruiting campaign, “Find Your Next Level,” will convince professionals to make the Army civilian workforce their next career step, as Task & Purpose reported.

“Today’s workforce seeks meaningful careers, but few see Army civilian careers as a source of those opportunities,” Brig. Gen. Antoinette Gant, chief of the Army Enterprise Marketing Office, said in a press release. “‘Find Your Next Level’ aims to bridge this gap by demonstrating how today’s professionals can apply real-world job skills to impactful projects and careers they can’t find anywhere else.”

Watch the Ads

The Army released two new TV ads last week – “Boxes” and “Sky.”

Army video image

May 13, 2024

Recent News

Florida’s Space Coast Will House Space Force Training HQ

Florida’s Space Coast Will House Space Force Training HQ

Space Training and Readiness Command headquarters will be established at Patrick Space Force Base in Florida’s Space Coast region, The Orlando Sentinel  reported. “Great news for Florida!” Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) posted on X. “Patrick Space Force Base has received...

HASC Marks Up NDAA with Focus on Quality of Life

HASC Marks Up NDAA with Focus on Quality of Life

The House Armed Services Committee held its marathon hearing Wednesday to work through hundreds of amendments to the annual defense policy bill. This year’s bill is officially titled “The Servicemember Quality of Life Improvement and National Defense Authorization...

Exchange Shoppers Donate Millions to Military Relief Funds

Exchange Shoppers Donate Millions to Military Relief Funds

Shoppers at the Army & Air Force Exchange Service made $2.5 million in donations to military relief funds in 2023, the Exchange said in a press release. “Year after year, Exchange shoppers give selflessly and generously to support their fellow service members,”...

In Our Communities

In Our Communities

Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico and the U.S. Forest Service unveiled upgrades last week at Albuquerque Air Tanker Base to increase the speed, efficiency and readiness of tankers outfitted to douse the dangerous flames. “Team Kirtland is happy to be able assist in...

PAST STORIES