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The Wisconsin Army National Guardís Recruiting and Retention Battalion officially joined the mobile application world as it launched its new mobile app May 2.

The new app puts recruiting and retention at the fingertips of Wisconsin Army National Guard Soldiers and those interested in becoming one. The public will be able to connect to the Guard from any mobile phone or tablet with the simple tap of a button. They will be able to explore career opportunities, peruse news, find local events, and even talk to a career specialist using the app.

ìThis is a great way to find a lot of useful information in one place that can be accessed from any location at any time. Itís important for our Recruiting and Retention Battalion to stay connected with other Guard members, Guard families, and potential recruits,î Wisconsin Army National Guard Recruiting and Retention Battalion commander Lt. Col. Rochell Maier said. ìWe live in a technology-driven world where the Millenniums use apps for the majority of everything they do. This will be a great app not only for individuals interested in finding out more information about the Wisconsin Army National Guard but for all our current Soldiers as well.î

To download the app, search WI GUARD in your mobile deviceís app store. The app is free and is available on Android, Apple and Windows devices. Or you can download it from your mobile device using this QR code.

download it from your mobile device here

 


 

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