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YOU AND THE ARMED SERVICES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This should be a handy source of pre-Service information for those of the ages for military legal obligations, their parents, and, in some cases, their families, for the details of the Universal Military Training and Service Act and the opportunities and choice of programs offered in the Services are discussed. Deferments and exemptions, to wait (or not to wait) for the draft, and how to behave once you are in, make up one section; another is concerned with enlisting- from the six months' in the Ready Reserve on to the possible advantages of six years in a Service; the chances to become an officer, and what's available for women. A breakdown of the five Services follows, with a guide on, and suggestions for each. The emphasis on getting something out of a necessary duty is worthwhile guidance, and study -- by those concerned -- of this, should prove helpful.

Publisher: Simon & Schuster