G-RAP 2.0? National Guard could resurrect recruiting referral bonuses
The Army National Guard is evaluating whether it should reestablish a national-level recruiting referral bonus program. The Guard-Recruiting Assistance Program ran from 2005 to 2012 and offered enlistment referral bonuses of $2,000 to off-duty Guard troops working as civilian independent contractors for a private company. Around 130,000 soldiers joined during that period via G-RAP referrals.
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