Propuesta para impulsar el reclutamiento en la Guardia Nacional

Most members of the Florida National Guard could be paid to bring in new recruits, as lawmakers expand efforts to bulk up the military in the state.

The House Local Administration, Federal Affairs & Special Districts Subcommittee on Monday unanimously supported a bill (HB 723) that would provide $250 to “recruiting assistants” for each new member referred to the National Guard and an additional $250 upon a recruit’s enlistment.

The measure, which would create the Florida National Guard Joint Enlistment Enhancement Program, or “JEEP,” also would allow guard retirees to serve as recruiting assistants.

Bill sponsor Dan Daley, D-Coral Springs, said the Florida

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