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@9ZKTC4KVeteran from Nevada answered…1 day

I think that they should have a choice over whether they want to or not and if they do decide to serve, then focus more on the education.

@9ZHTDZVWrite-In from New Jersey answered…4 days

@9ZGGVRFWomen’s Equality from Illinois answered…1wk

Yes, and it should be at least 18 months of service, unless he/she is legally disabled/permanently impaired mentally or physically. If they do not qualify for active duty, they should be able to be a part of the auxiliary.

@9ZD33FMVeteran from Georgia answered…2wks

No, because not everyone is cut out for military service for multiple reasons, including physical and mental disabilities.

@9Z7K989Constitution from Florida answered…3wks

@9Z6S66XDemocratfrom Pennsylvania  answered…3wks

Yes, but they should also have an option to serve in a program like AmeriCorps.

@9FQZYZKRepublican from Nebraska answered…1yr

Yes, but the service should not be limited to military but encompass community and/or federal service.

@9FPBJQXVeteran from New Jersey answered…1yr

@9FKTK8TRepublican from South Carolina answered…1yr

Yes, but with exceptions in cases involving mental health or physical disabilities.

@9FCMKTSLibertarian from New York answered…1yr

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

@9FBXNRHLibertarian from Florida answered…1yr

Yes, or another form of civil service (Police, EMS, Fire, ect.) and a minimum of 2 yrs for military or police service and 3 for the rest.

@9FB58M2Republican from Missouri answered…1yr

@9F9YR6RIndependent from Ohio answered…1yr

Yes, after graduating high school all males 2 years and all females 1 year with the option to make it a career .

@9F8KBP4Women’s Equality from Virginia answered…1yr

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

@9F8DCWPWomen’s Equality from Minnesota answered…1yr

No it should be voluntary because some people would not be able to do it because of disabilities or medical conditions.

@9F8DWVLVeteran from Arizona answered…1yr

No, but every 18 year old citizen should be required to partake in at least two years of public service; be it military, police, firefighter, hospital or volunteer work

@9YYMPS6American from Iowa answered…1mo

yes because some people need to be taught that they don't get everything they want.

@9YYBDJRLibertarian from Washington answered…1mo

Yes, but only as a deterrent from war, not as a means of starting it

@9YQ2QS8Constitution from Alabama answered…2mos

i dont think it should be required but instead more of a suggested option if that makes sense

@9YPNGRFDemocrat from Colorado answered…2mos

Yes, but some other form of service work should be considered equivalent

@9Y2N2XJDemocrat from Colorado answered…3mos

No, Unless if our country is experiencing a war, domestically.

@9XLGBFJAlliance ’90/The Greensfrom Tennessee  answered…3mos

for those under pacifistic religions, this is intolerance. that is only one of the many reasons it shouldn't be allowed.

@9XKGHNBTranshumanist from Texas answered…3mos

@9XDGLC5Democrat from Florida answered…4mos

@9XCL2TKTranshumanist from Maryland answered…4mos

Yes, with the option of national service for those who do not want to serve in the military.

@9X9BMTDVeteran from Connecticut answered…4mos

@9X4887YDemocrat from California answered…4mos

No, unless needed. It should be offered to those building a criminal record as alternative to incarceration.

@9WYNFY4Working Family from Florida answered…4mos

No, at least not ALL of them. There should be physical and psychological requirements.

@9WTY4KBDemocrat from Oklahoma answered…4mos

Yes, with the restrictions that single child households and single parents can opt out to focus on family legacy, and felons/ habitual criminals should be barred from participation to prevent criminal activity and risks to military information.

@9VLLSD8Working Family from Virginia answered…6mos

@9VL9FN8Peace and Freedom from Washington answered…6mos

Yes, but military service could be replaced with humanitarian service

@Popescu-IonRepublicanfrom Maine  answered…7mos

No, but reform our civic and Liberal arts education to counter the woke and marxist/poatmodernist brainwashing of the young

@9VF5M87Democrat from New York answered…7mos

No but one year of service in the country not the military outside your local area I would support

@9V662D4Socialist from Texas answered…8mos

No, but the military should hire anyone who applies as a guaranteed work institution instead of only hiring the physically fit.

@9V39JM2Independent from Maryland answered…8mos

Yes, I believe every citizen who is physically and mentally capable should serve their country for a predetermined amount of time and that this benefits both the individual serving and the country.

@9TN6MYFRepublican from Florida answered…9mos

@9TFCQ22Veteran from Pennsylvania answered…9mos

I believe that the service provides a different perspective on life than what a lot of people see and understand. I think it’s important that people experience it so they open their horizons. However, it is not for everyone.

@9TBVJZ2Republican from Kansas answered…9mos

Yes, but only if they have the physical abilities to do so. Exemption if going to further education or employment

@9T43PCKIndependent from Ohio answered…10mos

Yes, and it should be two years of service if they are able bodied. If not able bodied than it should be two years of service to there ability in non combat duty.

@9SZ5JCVWomen’s Equality from Missouri answered…10mos

I believe the people should have the choice to join, and if they do, should serve at least 1-2 years

@9SXN2NTDemocrat from Massachusetts answered…10mos

I don't think military service should be mandatory, but public service (firefighting, peace corp, habitat for humanity, army corps of engineers etc.) should be. Not everyone feels inclined to pick up a gun and defend the country, and for all the pacifists to play their part, they should be required to serve in a non-violent way that accommodates their beliefs.

@9SXD6Y2Veteran from Texas answered…10mos

Yes, but not active duty for those who do not plan to remain in the military.

@9SWMFTMDemocratfrom Maine  answered…10mos

Neither. It depends on whether it is needed or not in the situation.


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