In June, the University of Michigan announced that it would be sending over 2,000 athletes to US schools, with more to follow.
In July, the Wolverines also added 5,000 students, with over 3,000 expected to enroll.
Now, it seems that the next wave of recruits will arrive, and as of now, the US Army has decided to send more than 100 of its students to the country.
In the UK, the number of students to be sent to US Army is currently around 100,000.
It’s believed that more than half of those will be students from the US military, but that the UK will be sending a very small number of recruits as well.
The US Army’s recruitment efforts in the UK were reportedly put on hold last week after the Duke University student who shot himself in a dormitory in the north-east of the country committed suicide.
The UK’s Ministry of Defence has reportedly confirmed that it is taking steps to halt recruitment from the military.
However, it appears that the US will not be sending any more recruits to the UK.
According to a UK newspaper, the UK is the first country to have sent all of its recruits to join US Army units overseas.
The Telegraph said that a source in the US said that it has been in contact with the UK’s military to inform them that it will not send any more troops to the Commonwealth.
“It’s not the end of the world,” the source told the newspaper.
“It will only mean that more recruits are coming here, but we have a plan in place to do it and that’s why it is being delayed.”
The decision to not send US troops to Britain comes as the US and UK work towards a “grand bargain” on the issue of Britain leaving the European Union.
Last week, the two leaders signed a memorandum of understanding on the future of the United Kingdom.
Under the terms of the deal, the country will be able to leave the EU without needing to go through another referendum.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron, who is also an MP, is expected to sign the document into law next week.
US President Donald Trump, meanwhile, has said that the United States and Britain will continue to cooperate on a range of issues, including Brexit and counter-terrorism.