Joe Biden’s Military Can’t Reach Recruiting Quota – Then This Video Emerges

The U.S. military has reached crisis levels of low recruitment, at the same time the American public’s perception of the armed forces is increasingly divided. In a recent Gallup poll, only 60 percent of respondents said they had confidence in the U.S. military, the lowest level in over two decades.

The Air Force will, as expected, also miss its active-duty recruiting goals for the first time since 1999.

The last time the Air Force did not reach 100% of its recruitment goal was 1999, according to the Air Force Recruiting Service. That was when Millenials — who were born between 1981 and 1996 — first began to reach the age of service. In 1979, the Air Force also missed its goals when Generation X began to become of age to serve, according to a 2002 research paper from Air University.

The current shortfall is the result of lingering effects from the COVID-19 pandemic, strong employment numbers, and cultural headwinds making it more difficult to convince Generation Z to join the ranks.

During fiscal year 2023, the US military services collectively missed recruiting goals by about 41,000 recruits.


Meanwhile, the US military brass continues to push a culture of pro-DEI lunacy while targeting gays and minorities for promotion.

Then this video went viral.

The video shows the military’s treatment of USAF Senior Airman Lance Castle, a service member who refused the mandatory CV-19 vaccine.

The video shows Lance Castle being extracted from his cell.

Lance Castle was dubbed an “insider threat,” given 60 days pre-trial confinement (missed the birth of 1st born), and sent to a court martial to stand trial on 5 UCMJ Charges.

Video below:

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