The US Army National Guard has been recruiting more than 6,000 new recruits a year, an unprecedented growth of its recruitment since 2010, according to a report by the US Government Accountability Office.
The National Guard recruiters are tasked with training new soldiers and are expected to recruit and train tens of thousands of new recruits each year, the GAO report said.
The Army has been struggling to recruit soldiers in the past and has made some efforts to improve its recruitment process and to recruit more veterans.
It has also been pushing the Army to improve veteran recruitment by recruiting more women.
The report also said that the Army was struggling to hire and train officers and enlisted members, as well as recruit those with criminal records.
The GAO said it will look into how the Army’s recruitment system is working, including how much money it is spending to recruit new recruits, and how the US Army is implementing a training program that it has been calling the National Guard Recruitment Center.
The US military has struggled with recruitment, training, and retention over the years.
A US Army Corps of Engineers study in 2014 found that the military was relying on military reservists, soldiers returning from overseas and veterans to fill the ranks of new troops, while the Army is struggling to keep pace with the military’s rapid growth.