Conscription in the United States, commonly known as the draft, has been
employed by the .... for three years from all males aged eighteen to thirty-five not
legally exempt; it later extended the ob...
As of 2014, the military draft age limit is 45 years old. Although 26 years was the
traditional conscription age, the age limit increased to 36 years old, and men ...
Under the current draft law, a college student can have his induction postponed
... draftees during the entire time they were within the draft-eligible age group.
Sep 19, 2016 ... Registration is required by law, and there are legal consequences for failing to ...
The first men drafted would be those turning age 20 during the ...
The new age limit of conscription will also be pushed up to 36 years (update:
June 2006. now changed to 42 years ) of age, not 26 years as was the traditional
On this day in History, Draft age is lowered to 18 on Nov 11, 1942. Learn more
about what happened today on History.
Feb 4, 2016 ... Since women can now try out for the same combat jobs as men, women should
have the same military draft requirement. That's what equality ...
Oct 16, 2014 ... More than 40 years since America's last draft, failing to register for ... federal law
still requires men ages 18 to 25 to register for a draft that does not exist. ... ex-
offenders and immigrants — legal and unauthorized — who do not ...
American males ages 18 to 25 who fail to register for the draft can face stiff fines,
jail time and loss of eligibility for federal benefits.
The South instituted a draft in 1862, requiring three years of service for those
selected between the ages of 18 and 35; later, as the war prospects dimmed, the