Most young men in the United States who are subject to the draft have some hard decisions to make, some of which are: "Shall I remain in school or enlist in the Armed Forces now and return to school later? What shall I do about employment while waiting the call for military service? What about my future after I have completed my service?" These are days when young men may easily feel confused, anguished, or forsaken. The future seems hazy, and even the present undetermined.
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