The U.S. Army has a new music video that features two full-time recruiters rapping about the types of Army jobs that are open to young people in Generation Z. The video, which began airing Feb. 1 on the Army's social media pages, shows Sgt. 1st Class Arlondo Sutton and Sgt. 1st Class Jason Locke — dressed in Army Combat Uniforms — performing a hip-hop song while walking past soldiers rigged up for an airborne operation and other soldiers kitted up with body armor, helmets and M4 carbines. Generation Z is a term typically used to refer to those born between the mid-90s and mid-2000s. The video is the latest effort in the Army's new recruiting strategy. Read more about the video on Military.com.
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