This main point is that the recruiters are pressured to get people under contract.
They get paid extra pay for recruiting.
They have "quotas" that are tough to meet.
They are told how to lie and cheat from fellow armed services comrades.
Read the comments section after the article.
That was interesting too.
Keep in mind that most of the people being recruited are young and have not yet developed the adult brain power that allows for the relationship between action and consequences.
Like signing an binding contract, and understanding what you may
be required to do.
You may be asked to lie and cheat to appease your higher-ups.
It seems like a lousy situation for everyone and one person said they preferred military duty in Iraq to being assigned to be a recruiter.
That is a lose-lose situation for sure.