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It was a rare day at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, on Aug. 6, 2015, for Lt.

Gen. Kenneth W. McKenzie, commander of the U.S. Army recruiting division.

The Army’s most-prominent recruit, McKenzie’s son, Army Reserve Officer 3rd Class Andrew McKenzie, was the only active-duty member of his family to join the service.

But the day before, the McKenzie family was in a different recruiting zone.

McKenzie was there to get an endorsement from an Army recruiter.

The Army recruit was a fellow student in a nearby high school.

In this photo provided by the Army, Lt.

General Kenneth W McKenzie, left, with his son, Andrew McKenzie of Fort Brag, North Carolin.

McKenzie was impressed by Andrew’s “real desire to do something good and give back” and said that his dad’s recruitment experience was “a lot of fun.”

McKenzie’s father, a former Army Ranger, has spent years helping the Army with recruitment efforts in the U to help keep soldiers in the ranks.

In February, the Army posted a video on YouTube of a video from the McKenzie Family in a recruiting event at Fort Leonard Wood, a base in northeastern Maryland.

In it, McKenzie describes how his father had a “tremendous amount of confidence” in him and his son.

He then offers a few lessons for anyone who wants to join his family: “Get good grades.

Get good test scores.

Get your friends on board.

Make sure your family is in the loop.

If you don’t, there’s no way your parents are going to see the videos.”

The Army said McKenzie’s family attended the event, and he had “an opportunity to showcase himself and his family.”

“You want to get the best possible experience for the recruit,” McKenzie said in the video.

“This was a big moment in the recruiting process for us and our family.”

A soldier is seen in the recruitment video from 2016.

In the video, McKenzie is seen saying: “You need to be ready to step up.

If I have to do it alone, it’s not the time for you.”

The recruitment video is a rare sight at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, where the Army holds its biggest recruiting event.

McClendon’s video is from 2014, but the Army video was taken from 2014.

The videos are the last time McKenzie’s Army recruit is shown in the videos.

McLendon’s Army recruiting video shows McKenzie and his wife, Colleen, who is also a Ranger, talking about their son.

The recruit tells his dad, who says: “I’m glad I got you on this, because I don’t want to see you go.”

McClendons Army video is about 2 minutes, 43 seconds long.

The video has a high production value, and it is the last of three videos released by the recruiting service.

The other two videos are from 2014 and 2017.

McKinney said he did not know if his father was “overly impressed” with him.

He said he hoped that the video would encourage others to come forward.

McDonald said the video was a “good opportunity” for recruits to show their families.

“I hope that they’re proud of what they accomplished, but I hope that it shows that you have a real desire to go get that next job,” he said.

McNeely said he was proud of the recruit’s leadership, “because he’s really taken it upon himself to lead the recruits through the process.”

McDonald is a member of the Army National Guard and has served as a sergeant in the reserves.