Navy boosts online recruiting

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The Navy recently revamped its NavyJobs.com recruiting site to reach more young candidates in cyberspace, and the redesign appears to be working, officials said.

NavyJobs.com has produced 89,928 recruiting leads for the fiscal year, compared to 45,457 by this time last year, the Navy said.

Batiz.com Inc. of Vista, Calif., added downloadable videos and Navy digital images during its redesign, the Navy said.

Prospective recruits cannot yet download applications or apply to the service online, but NavyJobs.com will 'ultimately process interested individuals for officer and enlisted programs,' said Lt. Cmdr. Nick Dodge, the Navy's Electronic Recruiting Division director at the Navy Recruiting Command in Millington, Tenn. The service is trying to reach children under 15, parents, professionals and veterans.

'Bill Murray, Susan M. Menke and Tony Lee OrrThe Navy recently revamped its NavyJobs.com recruiting site to reach more young candidates in cyberspace, and the redesign appears to be working, officials said.

NavyJobs.com has produced 89,928 recruiting leads for the fiscal year, compared to 45,457 by this time last year, the Navy said.

Batiz.com Inc. of Vista, Calif., added downloadable videos and Navy digital images during its redesign, the Navy said.

Prospective recruits cannot yet download applications or apply to the service online, but NavyJobs.com will 'ultimately process interested individuals for officer and enlisted programs,' said Lt. Cmdr. Nick Dodge, the Navy's Electronic Recruiting Division director at the Navy Recruiting Command in Millington, Tenn. The service is trying to reach children under 15, parents, professionals and veterans.

'Bill Murray, Susan M. Menke and Tony Lee Orr

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