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Former Pentagon Chief Warns US Military ‘Struggling’ to Find New Recruits

Former Department of Defense Secretary Mark Esper has issued a warning that the U.S. military is “slowly dying” due to poor recruitment, which puts Americans “in danger.”
“The armed services are struggling to meet their recruiting goals like rarely before,” wrote Esper for Fox News in an article published Monday. “The Army is the most affected, projected to fall short by up to 15,000 soldiers, with a larger deficit expected next year. Experts point to a variety of reasons, such as insufficient pay and benefits, a difficult work-life environment, ‘culture war’ issues, COVID-19, and a strong job market.”
While Esper did not elaborate on the “culture war” issues, some experts and armed service members have blamed the military’s left-wing lurch in recent years….



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