In the Viet Nam era there were stories of individuals threatened with prosecution who were advised the charges would be dropped if they joined the Army.I wonder if that practice continues?The Army seemed to have its share of "casuals" who were waiting for "orders"--usually a General Discharge (becomes honorable after x years) so they could leave the service and get on with their lives.Military did give some young people a chance at getting their life together: learning job skills, and the basics of working in a large organization, sometimes making a career of it--staying til retirement. But it did not always work. Some could not conform to the requirements.
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