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July 20, 2022

Three Service-Wide Initiatives to Maximize Recruiting Efforts

Comdt (CG-1), Flag Voice #582 - As the Coast Guard seeks to improve recruiting efforts throughout the country, we must take greater strides to attract future service members to our workforce. The best way forward is to galvanize the entire Service and our external stakeholders to maximize our recruiting efforts. The Personnel Service Center has directed three initiatives described below and we are planning additional actions. I appreciate your personal support and engagement.

Oct. 20, 2021

Coast Guard ASVAB Policy Changes (Flag Voice 563)

The Commandant recently approved several Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) policy changes aimed at addressing the challenge of recruiting and retaining a mission ready total workforce. These are the first major changes to the Coast Guard’s ASVAB policy since 2004.

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