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Welcome to the Recruiting and Retention School Website.All students reporting to the RRS must have a government credit card.

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"As of 1 December 2014 all Recruiting and Retention School Courses will be conducted at Fort Knox, KY. If you have any questions contact MSG Degnan at 502 626-1084."

Col ComishColonel Terrence L. Murrill, is a 1991 distinguished military graduate from South Carolina State University, where he earned a BS in Marketing.  He holds a Master of Military Studies from Marine Corps University’s Command and General Staff College, a Master of Strategic Studies from the U.S. Army War College, and a Bachelors Degree in Biblical Studies and Theology from the Minnesota Graduate School of Theology.     
Commissioned as an Infantry Officer, his initial military assignment was at Fort Riley, Kansas, with the 1st Battalion 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade, 1st Infantry Division.  He served in various infantry company grade positions until promoted to Captain and selected to serve as the 2nd Brigade Assistant S2.  After attending the Military Intelligence Transition and Advance Courses at Fort Huachuca, Arizona, he was assigned to III Corps at Fort Hood with an initial assignment as Deputy G-2, 13th COSCOM.  He was later assigned as Assistant S2, 3rd Brigade and later S2 for 1st Battalion, 9th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division.  Colonel Murrill commanded Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 104th Military Intelligence Battalion, 4th Infantry Division.  Colonel Murrill served as the Captains and later the Majors Military Intelligence Assignments Officer at the Human Resources Command.  His next assignment was Executive Officer, 532nd Military Intelligence Battalion, 501st Military Intelligence Brigade, Yongsan, Korea.  Colonel Murrill was then assigned as an Intelligence Team Chief and later Military Executive Officer to the Deputy Director of the Defense Joint Intelligence Operations Center at the Defense Intelligence Agency, Washington, D.C.  He assumed command of the Indianapolis Recruiting Battalion in 2007 and later deployed to Afghanistan as the Chief of Operations in the Information Operations Directorate, International Security Assistance Force Joint Command.  His most recent assignment was as a Special Assistant to the Army Chief of Staff at the Pentagon, Washington, DC.
Colonel Murrill’s awards and decorations include the Defense Meritorious Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal, the Army Commendation Medal, the Army Achievement Medal, the Joint Meritorious Unit Award, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Global War on Terror Expeditionary Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, the Ranger Tab, and the Expert Infantryman’s Badge.  He is a graduate of the Airborne, Infantry Mortar Leaders Officer Course, and the Bradley Commander Courses.  Additionally, he is a recipient of the coveted General Douglas MacArthur Leadership Award. 
Colonel Murrill and his wife have two children.

CSMCommand Sgt. Maj. Anthony T. Stoneburg is a native of Los Alamitos, Calif. He enlisted into the U.S. Army in March of 1990 and after completing Basic Training at Ft. Dix, N.J. His initial military occupational specialty was as a Counter Signal Intelligence Specialist. His early assignments include the U.S. Army Signal Operation Detachment, Ft. George G. Meade, Md., and Detachment NCOIC 214th Military Intelligence Company, Owing Mills, Md.

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RRSRRS now graduates all students in the ASU or Class A's with all awards. ALL STUDENTS must bring their DA Form 348 or OF 346 Military Drivers License. All students will report to the lodging office, all personnel housed off post will not receive a statement of non-availability, they will receive a statement from USAREC authorizing full per deim!

Recruiting and Retention School students are prohibited from bringing privately owned weapons to school. If circumstances do not allow the student store the weapon prior to their arrival to Fort Jackson, the following practices or activities must occur:

1) Upon arrival, the student will notify the gate guard that they have a privately owned weapon in the vehicle, and turn the weapon over to the guard.

2) The student will report to the Strom Thurmond Bldg on the first duty day, room # 226, to register their weapon using FJ Form 190-11-100.

3) The student will make coordination with the RRS Ops NCO to have the weapon transferred to a designated arms room to be stored until their graduation date.

Note:  It is prohibited to keep privately owned weapons in vehicles, even when properly secured, while at work, or while attending to other business on the installation.

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Purpose: To teach prospective Recruiter’s interpersonal, conceptual, technical, and tactical skills and ensures mastery of those skills through practical application and evaluation that reflects the contemporary operating environment in recruiting.
Scope: The curriculum is designed to provide training in the principles of leadership, eligibility, technology systems, interpersonal communications, Army Programs, time management, prospecting, and interviewing which ultimately support the accomplishment of USAREC’s mission.
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PURPOSE: To provide knowledge and skills required for the duty position of Center Commander. Upon graduation all students will be able to:

Purpose: To provide personnel selected by Headquarters, United States Army Recruiting Command (USAREC) specialized training in the procurement and processing procedures unique to Army Medical Department (AMEDD) recruiting efforts.

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Purpose: To provide training in those skills and knowledge required to perform in the position of Guidance Counselor, Operations, USAREC Liaison and Directorate staff positions for the United States Army Recruiting Command.  Graduates receive the ASI V7

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Purpose : To provide training to officers selected for assignment to the U.S. Army Recruiting Command (USAREC) as operations officers.

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Purpose: To provide training to Operation Sergeant Major selected for assignment as battalion operations Sergeants Major in the U.S. Army Recruiting Command (USAREC).

Purpose: This course will help prepare Soldiers for training analysis, management, and implementation in a geographically dispersed command.

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Purpose: To provide training to officers selected for assignment as battalion and/or brigade commanders in U.S. Army Recruiting Command (USAREC).

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Mission Statement

Victory Brigade prospects, processes, and sustains future soldiers to achieve its FY10 precision mission requirements within the DA quality marks and resources allocated while simultaneously expanding both its market and number of partners; executes specified training and Command initiatives though discipline and adhering to standards in accordance with Army Values and Ethos all the while ensuring the quality of life of its Soldiers, Civilians, and Family members.

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Mission Statement

The 2nd Recruiting Brigade conducts immediate and effective operations throughout its area of responsibility to recruit highly motivated, committed, quality men and women, both officer and enlisted, to serve in the United States Army and Army Reserve, whereby providing the force to an expeditionary Army globally committed in overseas contingencies, professionally and with integrity while providing for its Soldiers and Families.

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Mission Statement

The US Army 3rd Recruiting Brigade recruits with integrity the highest quality men and women to meet the needs of an expeditionary Army, while taking exceptional care of Soldiers, Civilians and Families.

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Mission Statement

To recruit highly motivated, high-quality men and women to serve in an Army and Army Reserve that stands ready to preserve peace

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Mission Statement

We will accomplish all FY10 assigned missions with precision.  We will continuously grow, reach our full potential, and recruit with integrity the highest quality men and women to provide the strength of the United States Army and Army Reserve, while taking care of Soldiers, Civilians, and Families.

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