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The Committee is deeply concerned that about one third of the annual intake of recruits into the armed forces are below the age of 18 years, that the armed services target young people and that those recruited are required to serve for a minimum period of four years, increasing to six years in the case of very young recruits. We do not use cookies on this site to identify individuals, other than when a member logs into the members area.

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Publisher: Cottage Publications (September 16, 2014)

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