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Dishonorable Deceptions: The Recruiters

NewsChannel 5 took hidden cameras inside Army recruiting stations in Middle Tennessee to see how recruiters handled someone who revealed mental health issues.

Watch extended video of the recruiting sessions:


 

Antioch, TN- "If you say no, that's your decision" not to disclose your condition, recruiter says, despite Army's warning. Video: Antioch, TN, Recruiting Station

Read letter written by Antioch recruiter


 


 

Madison, TN - "We don't pull medical records," recruiter says when asked about need to disclose psychiatric medications. Video: Madison, TN, Recruiting Station

Read letter written by Murfreesboro recruiter

 


 

Murfreesboro, TN -- "Me and you are the only ones who know it," recruiter says. It's "almost like, don't ask, don't tell. You don't tell." Video: Murfreesboro, TN, Recruiting Station

Read statements written by Madison recruiters

 

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