It enables active-duty Soldiers, Department of the Army civilians and Army retirees to get a $2,000 bonus for every prospective recruit they refer who completes basic training and advanced individual training. Here are specific actions every Soldier can take to help the Army meet its recruiting challenge: * Be alert for and seize opportunities to tell your Army story to prospective recruits, including friends, former classmates and relatives. * Refer prospective recruits' names to the Army. * Register with the Army Recruiter Assistance Program and the $2,000 Referral-Bonus Program. * If you've recently returned from Iraq or Afghanistan, tell your Army story in your hometown through the Special Recruiter Assistance Program, or talk with your chain of command about participating in the Chief of Staff of the Army's Special Recruiter Assistance Program. * Iraq and Afghanistan veterans also can sign up for Operation Tribute to Freedom, which honors Soldiers and gives them opportunities to thank the American people for their support (visit www4.army.mil/otf/addSpeaker.php). * Engage.