Less than a 1/4 of our fighting force is gojng to follow any orders from Mr. Dementia, thats for dam sure.also, let me provide something I can provide on the topic: https://taskandpurpose.com/joining-the-military/5-reasons-soldiers-join-army/#:~:text=SHARE-,Americans join the Army for plenty of reasons,country, family, and honor.&text=But while 37% of soldiers,joined for entirely institutional ones.
(offering public data for all of it, and if you can pull back the document pertaining to the army (if you know it on hand) please post that too.
(I also can't find the leaked guide to recruitment by the military, which is how they train the 79r, but it had a few "touchy" subjects on how they get you to join up...most of them being in the area of psyops, not the crazy ones where they blast music and drive you crazy, it's kind of off invoking a sense of duty or anger or provoking you to join due to the idea "You make excuses...and you couldn't do it even if you tried", also people choosing Moses is starting to hurt the army a bit more because they are starting to go into bigger and bigger deficits for shitty jobs... aka plumming, 35F, and lower end jobs within a field, young people are joining for exp and job knowledge and skills, not a shitty job that will get you nowhere or pay shitty, though recruiters are taught on this too... aka "The bonus will help you...imagine that 20-50k bonus...and meanwhile at meps (This is reported a lot), they scam you out of the bonus, due to young people not being taught about legal documents, aka.... you need to sign a document with the bonus specified, then you have marine recruiters who get you real good with the Opencontract then you can sign for a job, which the opencontract holds the higher precedence, due to it being the first document you sign... Anyway, the recruiting process is hurting our military and I believe within the next few years when the study of retention and recruitment comes out and general approval of soldiers comes out (Can't remember what they call it...a conscious?, it will show heavily) But I can say us military is still atleast not forcing recruitment and forced conscription.
Additon: With the information age it makes recruiting and the tricks harder for "intelligent kids", aka kids who research what they are getting themself into, and the military recruiters don't like that..they attempt to discredit reddit, twitter; the more informed you are the less they can pull over your head, just like the recruiter that attempted to grab me said.
"Mr...blank, you can't trust reddit and any of these sites because they are filled with people who are given/have outdated information, even your family members have outdated information; I am providing you the best and most accurate information", Then they proceeded trying to get me to sign after I was told the job I had reserved was filled...even after I had the army paper saying it was reserved; "We can't give you that, we can give you 25f" Me: I can wait and I can just come back later, "Well, no..if you don't get in now your score might go down you can swap jobs when in the army", (Provided the info from reddit and family on how hard it is to flip jobs once in..aka once you signed (You can't really flip jobs easily once you are in, you have to wait till your contract is up and you resign for a better job), and I simply provided the idea of "4 years...vs 3 months of waiting (Due to the new recruitment cycle)" and he was pissed I knew the recruiting cycle and wouldn't sign to the job he wanted to fill so he could get some pride points, at said time I had an offer for a lovely federal job due to prior escapades with computer systems and well, we all know how that goes... but they continued to tell me...said group isn't a good job and it's best to get the exp from the army, rather then said groups...training program, they attempt to discredit our own federal institutions and they have this weird thing they do (I've spoken to multiple people on it), where they have a "expert in the field" the field they wanted me to do was 25b, I simply asked if I could get something else closer to the job I wanted, they said no...25b or CBRN, and they continued to pressure it with them putting me in calls with "people who were in the job", I asked one simple question to the (tech sargent or whatever, he was in for like 20 years), he didn't know what a zero day was.... he didn't know what TCP Protocall was, he didn't even know what a VOIP was...and none of the army people they put me in contact with the title of 25b knew...which makes me think the recruiters lie on calls to get you to sign, I had a few people tell me the same and I've saw a few reddit posts on it, referring to kids who are the sons of plummers trying to get Plummer and the military "plumer" couldn't tell them some simple knowledge, it was just an attempt to get the kid to sign (kid...18-25)