• Antonio Banks (left), 26, and Christian Holland, 19, swear into service at the Atlanta Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) at Fort Gillem April 3. Banks enlisted in the active Army as a cable systems installer while Holland enlisted in the Reserves as a chemical specialist.

    MEPS gets recruits' feet in door to service

    Antonio Banks (left), 26, and Christian Holland, 19, swear into service at the Atlanta Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) at Fort Gillem April 3. Banks enlisted in the active Army as a cable systems installer while Holland enlisted in the...

  • Edward Marsh, a hu-man re-source technician, fingerprints Stephen Little, 19, April 3. Little enlisted in the Army Na-tional Guard as a radio communications specialist.

    MEPS gets recruits' feet in door to service

    Edward Marsh, a hu-man re-source technician, fingerprints Stephen Little, 19, April 3. Little enlisted in the Army Na-tional Guard as a radio communications specialist.

  • David Metzko, 19, takes a special purpose test April 3 to measure fluency in an additional language. Metzko enlisted in the Marines as an infantryman.

    MEPS gets recruits' feet in door to service

    David Metzko, 19, takes a special purpose test April 3 to measure fluency in an additional language. Metzko enlisted in the Marines as an infantryman.

  • Charles Edwards, 24, an Army enlistee, is administered an eye exam by Jennifer Roberson, a health technician, April 3. Although Edwards has not decided what military occupation specialty he wants to pursue, he said he is leaning toward being an avionics mechanic.

    MEPS gets recruits' feet in door to service

    Charles Edwards, 24, an Army enlistee, is administered an eye exam by Jennifer Roberson, a health technician, April 3. Although Edwards has not decided what military occupation specialty he wants to pursue, he said he is leaning toward being an...

  • Army recruit Jessie Moore, 40,  has blood draw by Kenneth Dodson, a health technician, April 15. Moore still has to chose a military occupation specialty, but he said he would like to join the infantry.

    MEPS gets recruits' feet in door to service

    Army recruit Jessie Moore, 40, has blood draw by Kenneth Dodson, a health technician, April 15. Moore still has to chose a military occupation specialty, but he said he would like to join the infantry.

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