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@4QQCSLCDemocratfrom Virginia  answered…3mos

I think there should be a system of national service for all which could be performed in many different ways. Perhaps a ranking system where military service earned the highest points towards fulfillment, but a variety of community services, on a part time basis could earn enough points over a longer time period. We should all be required to give something back. We all have different talents. I think a draft should be ok in the most serious of times, but the women need to register, too. Community service could begin in high school. Would be good to get the kids off of the technology and over themselves.

@4QRSHMSGreenfrom Illinois  answered…3mos

Two years of service to the country should be required, but it does not have to be in the military. Working with inner city youth, updating infrastructure, etc. should be able to count.

@9PG3TZCDemocrat from Rhode Island answered…3mos

No, but military service should be an option to replace jail time for non-violent criminals.

@9Q5JYC6Socialist from Louisiana answered…3mos

@6BLDSG6Democratfrom Kentucky  answered…3mos

@4QSBJJ2Republicanfrom Massachusetts  answered…3mos

Yes, but women should have the option to serve outside of the military and anyone in the military under these conditions should only be mobilized to a combat zone as a last resort.

@4QQK236Republicanfrom Delaware  answered…3mos

If physically able be trained in military service and utilized in protecting homeland, assisting in natural emergencies, assisting border patrol and with Volunteer Military services in case of major conflict. If physically unable or has true religious objections, serve equal time at equal pay doing community services, and other non military assistance to the country.

@9RK2M36Democrat from New York answered…4 days

No, service should be a choice instead of an obligation but if the 18-year-old has some minor offenses military service in training and or skill development should be an option instead of prosecution or a consequence

@9RGLD9WPeace and Freedom from Virginia answered…7 days

No, but they should be required to do two years of paid public service.

@9HJ8GW7Working Family from Kansas answered…3mos

@9HJ687YTranshumanist from Kansas answered…3mos

@9HHY7RMLibertarian from California answered…3mos

No. Slavery by any name or in any form is reprehensible and criminal.

@9HBKS8NVeteran from Idaho answered…3mos

No, but the draft should still apply, with the ability to use talents for more than just bullet-sponges.

@9H9C3PMDemocrat from New Jersey answered…3mos

@9H5PV99Women’s Equality from Tennessee answered…3mos

Everyone who identifies as male, masculine-leaning, or head of household should be required to join the military from age 18-22 in the Reserves along with any additional job or education.

@9H55JYRWomen’s Equality from Illinois answered…3mos

@9H4P3WFRepublican from California answered…3mos

yes 18 year olds should serve this country but not in a battle situation unless in war time . learn about the country appreciate our place in the world and learn patriatism

@9H4FDRBWorking Family from New Jersey answered…3mos

@9H49BRNPeace and Freedom from Utah answered…3mos

It should be a length of public service, not exclusively military.

@9H2Y4MBWomen’s Equality from Kansas answered…3mos

i think there is many problems that we would encounter but at least one year of service is not a terrible idea.

@9H2XNL6Women’s Equality from Mississippi answered…3mos

It should be an option, but it should be mandatory if it is necessary

@9H2HBP2American Solidarity from Minnesota answered…3mos

@9H2FNR4Peace and Freedom from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

No, it goes against our rights for freedom and basic human rights. You cannot force someone into such an occupation, they might have families or other deep issues. Even for the country's safety, drafting is a last resort and people should not be forced and required that kind of job.

@9H2CZ45Veteran from Kansas answered…3mos

yes but with a focus on community service for those who cannot, or do not wish to, fight

@9GZSSKSPeace and Freedom from Ohio answered…3mos

@9GZLKSSDemocrat from Texas answered…3mos

yes but with a focus on education and skill development and allow them to have a choice in whether they do the physical training or not

@Kwilliams619Transhumanist from Texas answered…3mos

Yes but only for those who don’t pursue further education or employment or who are starting to build a criminal record

@9GZ8PJ2Constitution from Maryland answered…3mos

No, but Courts should encourage the option for troubled youth/sentencing option.

@9GWQJSJRepublican from Missouri answered…3mos

@9GW5JKKWomen’s Equality from South Carolina answered…3mos

It should be a choice, but maybe by 21 if they are still not doing anything.

@9GVY5GTTranshumanist from Colorado answered…3mos

Yes, but at some stance to where if certain groups cannot join for personal reasons they should have an alternative route to serve their time

@9GTRL4TWorking Family from Ohio answered…3mos

yes at least a full term in the national guard or the army reserves unless they have a health problem that prevents them from serving

@9GSLY6SWorking Family from Minnesota answered…3mos

@9GSLL5XVeteran from Kentucky answered…3mos

I feel that joining the military should be a choice. But I also feel as that criminals should have to pay for they crimes and forced to go to war if deemed necessary. “If a war breaks out”

@9GSHFLHVeteran from Alabama answered…3mos

All US citizens should be required to serve our nation in some form or fashion, whether it be military or civil. I believe a 3-5 year minimum would do justice, seeing as training itself takes time.

@9GS4WL4Libertarian from Washington answered…3mos

No, we should return to the draft so that the government requires public support to continue a war.

@9GRZ8LGLibertarian from Texas answered…3mos

There should be a service of some sort requirement. However, this could be military, peace corps, WHO, USPHS, civilian conservation corps, Red Cross/crescent to name a few options.

@9GRS8ZSGreen from Ohio answered…3mos

One year of civil service, not limited to military service .

@9GRBTR6Democrat from Washington D.C. answered…3mos

Yes to service, no to military. Peace Corps, Americorps, and other options should be available, and it should be between ages 18 and 28

@9GPNX7PWorking Family from Kansas answered…3mos

No, but those who choose to serve should be given training applicable to life beyond the military and benefits should be reformed to make the processes more accessible.

@9GNM5TNRepublican from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

it should be 4 years and only if doctors clear them to serve

@9GNKMFLConstitution from Minnesota answered…3mos

@9GMDGZZConstitution from Indiana answered…3mos

No, however everyone, male and female, should have to sign up for the draft at age 18.

@9G42ZLLRepublican from Minnesota answered…3mos

@9G3478MPeace and Freedom from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

I would support a national service corp, but not military service

@9FCMKTSLibertarian from New York answered…3mos

No, but women should also be required to register with Selective Service.

@9F8KBP4Women’s Equality from Virginia answered…3mos

No, but it should be required that they do one year of some kind of public service, whether it be military or civil.


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