The paper you about to read are about Reinstating the Military Draft, if all citizens should be eligible from the ages of 18-42. Some citizens think this should be done others think it shouldn’t in the pages to come this paper will show you the pros and cons of some of our citizens and some of our Military Commanders active and retired. In an interview with National Radio “All Things Considered” (Douglas Lute) said frequent tours for the U.S. forces have stressed the volunteer stressed the forces. He said it’s time to consider reinstating the military draft
Reinstating the Military draft
Should all citizens be eligible for the military draft? Congressman Rangel proposed that citizens from the age of 18 - 42 should be eligible for the draft. Draft would solve the problem for more troops on the ground, but then it may cause a bureaucratic nightmare. Colin Powel in July of 2007 on Fora.tv said the last time the U.S. had the draft was during the Vietnam War, all the Generals decided to stop the draft so we could have a more professional military and a more superior fighting force. With enough men in the military we could fight two battles at a time without having to activate the draft, using the reserves and the National Guard. In 2007 the Marine Corp was concerned that the heavy loss in Iraq they couldn’t get enough volunteers, and maybe destroying the all-volunteer Marine Corp. The House subcommittee said everything would be fine after they used some funds for bonuses and other incentives. Rep. John Murtha said the congress wouldn’t ever approve a return to the draft. But after many trips to Army bases moral was worsening. They started a 15 month deployment overseas and a 12 month stay state side before deployment. The draft is the word most law makers do not want to hear. The congress really doesn’t want the draft. But retired Army General Barry...