This chart shows the U.S. Army recruitment rate in the exurban counties in each state. The rate is figured by dividing the total number of recruits by the population of people 15 to 24 years of age, multiplied by 1,000.
U.S. Army Recruits from Exurban Counties, 2008
By Tim Murphy and Bill Bishop
March 2, 2009
This chart ranks the states by the rate of U.S. Army recruits from urban counties in 2008.
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