Recruitment up due to poor economy

    The U.S. Army says recruitment is up dramatically in the Delaware Valley, mostly because of the poor economy. But fewer men and women have been enlisting in Philadelphia, which has historically been a tough market for the Army. WHYY’s Shai Ben-Yaacov reports.

    The U.S. Army says recruitment is up dramatically in the Delaware Valley, mostly because of the poor economy. But fewer men and women have been enlisting in Philadelphia, which has historically been a tough market for the Army. WHYY’s Shai Ben-Yaacov reports.

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