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Military Statistics > Total Military Recruits: Army, Navy, Air Force (most recent) by state

DEFINITION: Total Military Recruits: Army, Navy, Air Force. The number of total military recruits in 2004 from the Army, Army Reserves, Navy, Navy Reserves and the Air Force.
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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     Texas: 15,594  
# 2     Florida: 9,581  
# 3     New York: 7,523  
# 4     Pennsylvania: 5,756  
# 5     Illinois: 5,738  
# 6     Georgia: 5,197  
# 7     Virginia: 4,957  
# 8     Washington: 3,942  
# 9     Missouri: 3,523  
# 10     Indiana: 3,393  
# 11     Arizona: 3,367  
# 12     Alabama: 3,172  
# 13     Louisiana: 3,013  
# 14     Maryland: 2,924  
# 15     Tennessee: 2,896  
# 16     Colorado: 2,767  
# 17     New Jersey: 2,749  
# 18     Oklahoma: 2,639  
# 19     Wisconsin: 2,594  
# 20     Kentucky: 2,109  
# 21     Minnesota: 2,008  
# 22     Oregon: 1,962  
# 23     Massachusetts: 1,957  
# 24     Kansas: 1,823  
# 25     California: 1,648  
# 26     Arkansas: 1,586  
# 27     Iowa: 1,541  
# 28     Nevada: 1,126  
# 29     Nebraska: 1,123  
# 30     New Mexico: 1,094  
# 31     West Virginia: 1,021  
# 32     Connecticut: 1,019  
# 33     Hawaii: 920  
# 34     Idaho: 846  
# 35     Montana: 798  
# 36     Maine: 792  
# 37     New Hampshire: 635  
# 38     Ohio: 586  
# 39     North Carolina: 494  
# 40     South Dakota: 437  
# 41     Michigan: 436  
# 42     Alaska: 406  
# 43     Delaware: 354  
# 44     North Dakota: 322  
# 45     Rhode Island: 312  
# 46     Wyoming: 307  
# 47     South Carolina: 287  
# 48     Guam: 245  
# 49     Vermont: 225  
# 50     District of Columbia: 189  
# 51     Mississippi: 161  
# 52     Puerto Rico: 139  
# 53     Utah: 113  
# 54     US Virgin Islands: 63  
# 55     American Samoa: 40  
Total: 120,449   
Weighted average: 2,190.0  
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"Total Military Recruits: Army, Navy, Air Force by state", National Priorities Project Database, 2004 . Retrieved from http://www.StateMaster.com/graph/mil_tot_mil_rec_arm_nav_air_for-recruits-army-navy-air-force

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COMMENTARY     

dude
11th September 2011
You guys are correct. In the updated statistics for 2010 at nationalpriorities.org the old stats above is both incorrect and deceptive. Whoever posted these stats have a clear bias for and against certain states. In 2010, Los Angeles County alone recruited 1,437 according to the new stats. So someone intentionally manipulated the stats of 2005 to make certain states look good. Use the new stats instead.
Saul Pena
16th February 2011
How does Califorina rank 25 total yet it has # 1 in the Army which totals 8000+ makes no sense??? Facts are not correct I agree with mek!
mek
1st September 2010
The totals for California & Florida are off. E.g., the figure listed for CA total (1648) is smaller than CA's recruitment for Army (8304)
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