Military Recruiting in a Time of Conflict

Take an ongoing war, add in mounting casualties, and duty extensions — and the job of a military recruiter isn't getting any easier. How are today's recruiters making the pitch, and how is it being received?

Guests: Richard Stark, tracks military personnel issues for Center for Strategic and International Studies

Maj. Gen. Robert Scales, retired after 30 years in the U.S. Army; author, Yellow Smoke: The Future of Land Warfare.

Jan Tkaczyk, Cape Cod Regional Technical High School Guidance Counselor

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