Army Swiftly Backpedals on Policy Dropping High School Diploma Requirement

After only a week, the Army has swiftly reversed a new policy that would have allowed potential recruits to enlist into the force without a high school diploma or GED, according to an internal memo reviewed by Military.com and confirmed by a spokesperson.

Army Swiftly Backpedals on Policy Dropping High School Diploma Requirement

Previously:

Pentagon Struggles to Recruit Young Americans, Army Waives High School Graduation Requirement & Requirement for Women to Register for the Draft Back on the Table

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