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America, May 7, 2024 - For all the events around the world so evident from your daily news, troops deployments and rotations are booming, and SOT continually follows and supplies them.

SupportOurTroops.org is the bridge between you, a patriotic American willing to give, and our servicemembers stationed all over the world, willing to protect. SOT gets the troops what they need, when they need it, wherever they are located. 

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Naval Air Station Great Lakes, Illinois. (May 9, 2024): America’s armed forces are struggling to attract new recruits, and the Navy is determined to do something about it. In this photo by MC2 Christopher M. O'Grady, Aviation Boatswain's Mate (Handling) 2nd Class Lauret Price fixes a recruit's head cover during a recent Recruit Training Command pass in review graduation ceremony. Great Lakes, located near Chicago, is the Navy’s only boot camp that trains more than 40,000 recruits a year.

According to Navy officials’ testimony to Congress this week, the service projects it will miss its recruiting goals by 6,700 recruits this year. Overall, the Navy has achieved seventy percent of its recruiting goals for the first half of this year, lagging the other services who are on target to meet ninety percent of their objectives. The lone bright spot is the Marines who reliably meet their quota regardless of economic conditions.

Currently, the Navy is short 18,000 Sailors needed for operations at sea and an additional 4,000 to do shore-based jobs. Overall, the military services collectively missed their recruiting goals by about 41,000 recruits in 2023.

The Navy has responded aggressively by opening a path for non-high school graduates with demonstrable skills to enlist for the first time. By opening this new path to enlistment, the Navy hopes to expand the pool of applicants while maintaining recruit quality. The Navy announced in January that those without a high school diploma or General Educational Development credential could enlist — if they score a fifty or higher on the Armed Forces Qualification Test. The service projects the change could bring in 2,000 more sailors annually.

The Navy also increased the maximum enlistment age from 39 to 41 and raised the maximum enlistment bonus to $50,000. Additionally, those entering the nuclear field could receive a $75,000 maximum enlistment bonus as of last summer. Navy officials also intend to launch a “Conversation with America” via a series of educational events touting service life and the benefits of sea duty for young people.

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BODO, NORWAY, March 8, 2022 - II MEF presents secure expeditionary communication capability - U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Jared Curtis (left), and Lance Cpl. Dylan Shawver, guard force sentries with 2d Marine Expeditionary Support Battalion, II Marine Expeditionary Force, pose with a portable handset enabled with PacStar Radio over Internet Protocol (RoIP) during Exercise Cold Response 2022, Bodo, Norway, March 9, 2022. PacStar RoIP is a critical communication capability which enables instantaneous and simultaneous two-way radio

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