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In Latest Recruiting Bad News, the Navy Was 7,000 Sailors Short for 2023 Despite Big Bonuses, Relaxed Entry Rules

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The Navy announced Tuesday that it missed officer and enlistment recruiting goals for the second time in two years, despite taking drastic measures in its recruiting efforts.

The sea service said it managed to recruit 30,236 active-duty enlisted sailors this year -- 7,464 short of its goal of 37,700. It also fell short of its officer goal by 452, recruiting 2,080 sailors despite aiming for 2,532. In all, the Navy missed every single active-duty and reserve recruiting goal it set for itself.

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