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United States Army
621 17th Street, Suite 400
Denver, CO 80203
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When recruiters, commanders and staff talk about "making mission" they are talking about our primary reason for being, which is to recruit the highest quality individuals who meet the requirements of the United States Army and Army Reserve. More than 300 noncommissioned officers recruit qualified young men and women for the active Army, Army Reserve and officer programs, and are supported by a team of dedicated Civilians.
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The Denver Recruiting Battalion has several families enrolled in TRICARE Prime Remote. It is very important that you inform us in advance if you have an Exceptional Family Member to ensure you are assigned to an area where required services and education will be available. Contact the Soldier & Family Assistance Program Manager
Robert G. Staley
5th Recruiting Brigade SFA
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Due to the high elevation of 5600 feet and higher, newcomers to Colorado may experience high altitude sickness. Please refer to the following information:
Mild Altitude Sickness -- Symptoms usually occur within 8-24 hours of arriving at elevation and may include headache, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, fatigue or weakness, dizziness or lightheadedness, and difficulty sleeping. Alcohol should be avoided as it can interfere with diagnosing symptoms.
Moderate Altitude Sickness -- The headache becomes more severe and resistant to conventional pain medicine. It is not medically safe for all persons to be at high elevations. If you have any medical problems, especially those related to the HEART AND LUNGS, check with your physician before leaving home.
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