Recent Trends in Military Recruitment



Social media and gaming, changes in standards, state/local policy changes and more. A recent survey of Military recruitment changes by the Department of Defense and their increasing use of social media platforms and video games to promote military enlistment. A presentation made at the National Network Opposing the Militarization of Youth (NNOMY) Strategy Summit in June 2018 at the Cenacle Center in Chicago by Libby Frank of Northwest Suburban Peace & Education Project, Chicago, and Michelle Cohen of Project Great Futures, Los Angeles.

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