by David Phinney
Sunday June 16th 2019

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Pentagon Ponders Expanding Foreign Recruitment

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That’s what the Pentagon is now considering: expanding the existing program of trading citizenship to those foreign nationals willing to pick up arms on behalf of US foreign policy and military operations.
Insiders at the Pentagon reveal discussions about opening recruiting stations overseas and putting more immigrants on a faster track to US citizenship if they volunteer, The Boston Globe reports:

The idea of signing up foreigners who are seeking US citizenship is gaining traction as a way to address a critical need for the Pentagon, while fully absorbing some of the roughly one million immigrants that enter the United States legally each year.

Supporters include the American Enterprise Institute:

“It works as a military idea and it works in the context of American immigration,” said Thomas Donnelly , a military scholar at the conservative American Enterprise Institute in Washington and a leading proponent of recruiting more foreigners to serve in the military.

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One Response to “Pentagon Ponders Expanding Foreign Recruitment”

  1. Anu Lawrence says:

    Please i am a comeroonian by nationality and serving already in the cameroon military. I am very much interested in the global fight against terrorism and wish to join the US military towards this great fight.
    How do i get started becoming a marine and how do i get a VISA to the USA.
    Thanks

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