Army Releases Bizarre Excuse For Disastrous Recruitment

Looks like the current leadership of the Army is taking a cue straight from the Biden regime, which means relabeling rather ugly realities with optimistic euphemisms.

For instance, cities that openly violate federal laws on immigration are called “sanctuary cities,” rather than the criminal-laden, national security-defying, cesspools that they are.

Now, the Army, after suffering a massive challenge in recruitment, is apparently trying to claim that there are no recruitment issues at all.

Instead, all the dire press reports regarding Army recruitment shortfalls can apparently be chalked up to “restructuring.”

“The United States Army recently announced plans to cut the size of its force amid ongoing struggles to meet current recruiting goals …

According to the news outlet, a recent Army document revealed that it will reduce its force by 24,000, nearly 5%, as part of its latest restructuring plan. There are currently 445,00 active-duty soldiers. The current full-time force is the smallest it has been since 1940, the Military Times reported. It aims to reach its target of 470,000 troops by fiscal year 2029,” Blaze Media detailed.

In other words, there aren’t enough recruits to fill longstanding positions, and it’s clear that there won’t be any new recruits to do so in the near future.

So, the Army has merely decided to eliminate such “structure” in order to cover up the fact that a massive recruitment crisis has long since gripped the nation, in particular American youth.

An official document from the Army also validated the media outlet’s reports, noting that the so-called Army leadership now claims the U.S. Army is “currently significantly over-structured.”

That’s nice.

“Over-structured” would sound less dire than “under-filled.”

That sounds about as logical as a Democrat recently suggesting that reducing the official crime rate is as simple as apparently changing the definition of “crime.”

How enlightening!

Then again, nothing should be surprising, given the current leadership of the nation.

After all, George Orwell long warned about governments changing vocabulary, language, and even history to fit their authoritarian aims.

Though playing around with semantics does not hide the reality that the Army just doesn’t recruit individuals like it used to.

This past fall, the Army proclaimed that it would be initiating “sweeping changes” to its entire recruitment process.

One of the so-called sweeping changes is “creat[ing] a specialized talent acquisition workforce to initiate an experimentation and learning capability.”

A “learning capability” amongst one of the most least tolerant generations ever. Heck, a significant swathe of Gen Z thinks Osama bin Laden is a freedom fighter, for crying out loud, further underscoring just how checked out from reality they truly are.

Thanks, TikTok.

Needless to say, it’s probably not the best idea to recruit bin Laden-loving, social media-addicted Gen Z brats to the Army in the first place … As they would surely do more harm than good.

After all, quite a few of them have already made headlines for whining about how “hard” the Army is on TikTok … Which undoubtedly serves as pure comedy for the nefarious foreign powers that the Bidens have long done business with.

Author: Jane Jones


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