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Hometown Recruiter Assistance Program (HRAP)

PVT Frazier, this is your initial counseling because I will now be counseling you as your direct supervisor and temporary platoon sergeant. I will underline what is expected of you as my HRAP soldier.

Accountability: Be where you need to be, when you need to be there. In all events, you need to keep me aware of your whereabouts at all times. You must be present 10 minutes before the scheduled shift or activity begins (0900hrs). In the event that you are going to be late, you need to contact me so that I can be aware of the situation. Multiple incidents of tardiness will result in negative counseling and corrective training.

Daily Duties: You are expected to show up to work well rested and ready to work. Follow instructions and complete your tasks in a timely manner. Your primary job is to assist in daily prospecting to include face to face, and high school visits. Your goal is (2) leads per day while you are assigned to the Brunswick recruiting station.

Military Appearance: You are expected to maintain CLEAN and SERVICEABLE uniforms at ALL times. Your military appearance needs to be I.A.W. AR 670-1 which states Soldiers must project a military image that leaves no doubt that they live by a common military standard and uphold military order and discipline. Your boots should not be worn or discolored. Purchase a boot cleaning kit to keep your boots clean. Your uniform should be clean, crisp, and without holes. There should not be permanent stains such as ink, dirt, or sweat on your uniform. Keep a consistent haircut, shave daily, and take pride in your appearance. You not only represent yourself, but the Brunswick Recruiting Station, and the United States Army.

Off-duty: Watch your conduct off-duty. Incidents can have far-reaching effects and result in UCMJ action, a loss of a possible promotion and/or awards. You are to contact SFC Smith, or any recruiter in this office if you plan on traveling out of the area.






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