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Army Disables Comments After New Recruiting Video Gets 100,000 Dislikes

Published May 26, 2021

The U.S. Army has disabled comments on their latest animated recruiting campaign after every single release was received worse than the video before it.


The U.S. Army has released their latest recruiting campaign in full, and it has not been received well by the public. The campaign, which features a diverse cast of Soldiers done up as animated caricatures of themselves, appears to exploit the stories of individuals to show how 'woke' the U.S. Army really is. The message they were trying to convey however was not received well by anyone, forcing the Army to disable the comments section on the entire campaign.


We're really not sure what the intent was with these recruiting videos. It kind of reminds me of that time in 2020 where the Army tried to scam kids out of their information for recruiting purposes on Twitch to be honest. Whatever their reasoning here, I think a broader investigation needs to be launched at U.S. Army Recruiting Campaign. Something is amiss there, and they need to get on top of it sooner rather than later.


Since the comments on the above video are disabled, we want to hear your thoughts down below in our comments section. What do you think of the U.S. Army's "The Calling" recruiting campaign?

Published May 26, 2021

The U.S. Army has disabled comments on their latest animated recruiting campaign after every single release was received worse than the video before it.


The U.S. Army has released their latest recruiting campaign in full, and it has not been received well by the public. The campaign, which features a diverse cast of Soldiers done up as animated caricatures of themselves, appears to exploit the stories of individuals to show how 'woke' the U.S. Army really is. The message they were trying to convey however was not received well by anyone, forcing the Army to disable the comments section on the entire campaign.


We're really not sure what the intent was with these recruiting videos. It kind of reminds me of that time in 2020 where the Army tried to scam kids out of their information for recruiting purposes on Twitch to be honest. Whatever their reasoning here, I think a broader investigation needs to be launched at U.S. Army Recruiting Campaign. Something is amiss there, and they need to get on top of it sooner rather than later.


Since the comments on the above video are disabled, we want to hear your thoughts down below in our comments section. What do you think of the U.S. Army's "The Calling" recruiting campaign?

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