The US Army is providing a maximum enlistment incentive of $50,000 to highly trained recruits who join for six years for the first time as the service struggles to attract soldiers into some essential occupations amid the ongoing epidemic. As presently serving troops decide whether to reenlist or depart, the yearly recruiting objective changes. As the epidemic spread over the previous two years, many people chose to remain in, easing the strain on recruiting and allowing the Army to maintain its maximum strength of 485,000 soldiers. The problem is that, due to the stringent requirements, many people will be unable to qualify for the highest incentive.
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