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|Name|| SHOULD YOU ENLIST?|
WHAT EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT MILITARY RECRUITING, MILITARY LIFE, AND VETERAN AFFAIRS BEFORE ENLISTING.
A Report Prepared by The Constitutional Litigation Clinic Rutgers School of Law-Newark October 2011
The decision to join the military is a very serious one. Enlisting in the Armed Forces is an irreversible commitment to spend at least three years at war. Teenagers considering enlisting should do so based on an honest and straightforward appraisal of the facts, rather than on glossy advertising campaigns that glamorize military service without acknowledging its dangers. Parents and children considering enlistment should be aware that: The military uses aggressive recruiting tactics and spends billions on advertising firms to convince students to sign up for military service. - submitted by yayanetnyc
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