Comment(s)

• Active Component.

• Recruiting. All four active services met or exceeded their accession goals for April 2010. Navy data are preliminary due to flooding at its personnel command.
o Army – 6,287 accessions with a goal of 6,056; 104 percent
o Navy – 2,618 accessions with a goal of 2,618; 100 percent
o Marine Corps – 798 accessions with a goal of 795; 100 percent
o Air Force – 2,275 accessions with a goal of 2,275; 100 percent

• Retention. Army, Marine Corps, and Air Force retention are above the fiscal-year-to-date goals for the first seven months of the year. Navy data are unavailable due to flooding at its personnel command.

• Reserve Component.

• Recruiting. The reserve components who reported data exceeded their accession goals for April 2010. Navy data are unavailable due to flooding at its personnel command.
o Army National Guard – 6,774 accessions with a goal of 5,150; 132 percent
o Army Reserve – 2,191 accessions with a goal of 2,070; 106 percent
o Navy Reserve – the goal was 351; accession data unavailable due to flood
o Marine Corps Reserve – 705 accessions with a goal of 513; 137 percent
o Air National Guard – 701 accessions with a goal of 487; 144 percent
o Air Force Reserve – 829 accessions with a goal of 784; 106 percent

• Attrition. Losses in all reserve components are within acceptable limits.

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