Recruit

Recruit (from the French recrue, from the verb recroƮtre 'to grow again', i.e. replenish the ranks) can refer to:

  • a recently enlisted member of a military or paramilitary corps, still in training, as in :
  • Recruit (Japanese company), an advertisement, publication and human resources company

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Other articles related to "recruit, recruits":

Series Commander - Responsibilities
... Ensure the welfare and safety of each recruit in his care ... of the Standard Operating Procedures for Recruit Training ... Ensure the Drill Instructors train recruits in accordance with the Recruit Training SOP ...
Alien Shooter: Vengeance - Alien Shooter 2: Conscription
... The story is a spin-off to original game, telling the story of a new recruit of the M.A.G.M.A ... all the squad is killed by aliens, and the recruit heads to the evacuation site, where he is ambushed by his own troops ... that the General was trying to breed his own version of aliens, the recruit, allying himself with Corporal Jane who was also betrayed by the General ...
Army Recruit
... Recruit or army recruit is a term often colloquially used to refer to the lowest military rank in various armed services ...
Sandugo (comics) - Members
... Arayat Bernardo Karpio - first recruit, the strongman of myth Narra - second recruit, the defender of the green Lam-Ang - third recruit, the immortal warrior Anino - fourth ...
Recruit - Entertainment
... The Recruit (2003 film) 2003 film starring Al Pacino Recruits (TV series), a 2009 Australian factual television series about the New South Wales Police Force "The Recruit" (Dad's ...

Famous quotes containing the word recruit:

    ... the more we recruit from immigrants who bring no personal traditions with them, the more America is going to ignore the things of the spirit. No one whose consuming desire is either for food or for motor-cars is going to care about culture, or even know what it is.
    Katharine Fullerton Gerould (1879–1944)

    Are we aware of our obligations to a mob? It is the mob that labour in your fields and serve in your houses—that man your navy, and recruit your army—that have enabled you to defy the world, and can also defy you when neglect and calamity have driven them to despair. You may call the people a mob; but do not forget that a mob too often speaks the sentiments of the people.
    George Gordon Noel Byron (1788–1824)