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US Army Recruiting

4169 Baldwin Road, Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Details about your company: The U.S. Army is made up of the most
dedicated, most respected Soldiers in the world. Soldiers can serve in one
of two ways: as a full-time active duty service member, or as a member of
the Army Reserve. Both options have their own advantages. The Army Reserve
enables you to pursue your civilian career or college education while you
train near home and serve your community. Many professionals, as well as
college students, are Soldiers in the Army Reserve. The Army Reserve is more
like a part-time job that enables you to keep your civilian career while you
continue to train near home and serve your country. Active Duty is similar
to working at a full-time civilian job. You will have your own Military
Occupational Specialty(MOS) and you will fill a specific role within your

Apply Online At:

Current positions available: Over 150 positions available

Positions with Bonuses:

  • Cryptologic Linguist up to $20,000 bonus
  • Satellite Communication Operator up to $8,000 bonus
  • Cryptologic Network Warfare Specialist $8,000 bonus
  • PATRIOT Fire Control Enhanced Operator up to $6,000 bonus
  • Air Defense Battle Management Operator up to $6,000 bonus
  • Multichannel Transmission System Operator up to $6,000 bonus

HR Contact Person: Michael Noon

Method of Contact: or (248)334-5342

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