Will COVID-19 bring back the U.S. Military Draft?

yes, yes, yes, lower numbers of Volunteers and more refusing to Re-Enlist even with Cash Bonuses, The Draft is now back up on the Cutting Edge of bringing it back.

And here’s an exert to quickly bring some History on the Draft for you-

Conscription in the US has been employed by the federal government in five conflicts – the American Revolutionary War, the American Civil War, World War I, World War II, and the Cold War (including the Korean and Vietnam wars).

The draft’s most recent incarnation came into being in September 1940, when Congress passed the Burke-Wadsworth Act, which imposed the first peacetime draft in US history.

It ended in 1973 when the US armed forces became all-volunteer, and from 1975 to 1980 men were not required to register with the Selective Service. But after the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan, President Jimmy Carter reinstated it.


But now, the “Bringing the Draft Back” that was falling upon Deaf Ears are now open and hearing all over again. 

And COVID-19 could be the needle that breaks the Camel’s back and bring the Draft back.  But hey. 

If you are Drafted and you are in Combat, a fellow Female Soldier may be next to you killing them enemies too.

Get Ready young Men and Women…gonna be a real Hoot.