• What country are you in?
  • My age. Otherwise I'd be flying helicopters.
  • My husband was turned down for the air force for too much sugar in his urine. Go figure, I ever thought he was that sweet! lol
  • Heres a long list of disqualifications for joining the military in this website.,13898,rec_step07_DQ_medical,,00.html
  • My age and I have Flat feet, I mean they are as flat as a ducks
  • The fact that there is no draft in Australia (thank God, or rather, the constitution). Also, had there been a draft, I would be allowed out as an conscientious objector, a status I would reflect by continuously protesting against the draft.
  • The answer would depend on what country you live in. If you live in the USA, there is no draft at the present but you are required to register with selective service if you are a male citizen between the age of 18 through 25. The same applies if you're an immigrant male (documented or undocumented) living in the United States, age 18 through 25. If the draft was restarted, than you would be classified (who is deferred or exempted) per a four category formula - for more info see,
  • This question can be read many different ways: What Disqualifies YOU from being drafted to the military? This indicates what would keep me from being drafted - several reasons - 1) there is no draft, 2) I am a woman 3) I have flat feet 4) I'm 49 years old 5) I have a bad knee. Or you could be asking for the reasons that someone could get themselves disqualified from being drafted - once again there is no draft, but if there were - people got themselves disqualified from being drafted because of physical or mental state, the fact that they were going to college at the time, their age. If their brothers were already drafted and they had died they were sent home if they had already been drafted so that their parents would not lose all of their sons to war.
  • chronic fatigue....I'd fall asleep on the job.
  • My inability to run, I broke both my ankles a while back
  • i suffer from "scoliosis" a progressive disorder which leaves my spine "curved" a result, i sometimes experience sharp pains in my neck and left shoulder. plus, iam caring for my elder mother who is suffering from dementia..i would love to fight for my country, but health is a major factor
  • There is no draft at present, I am a woman, I have a bad back, I am 39 years old.
  • According to the Selective Service website, a lottery based on birthdays determines the order in which registered men are called up by Selective Service. The first to be called, in a sequence determined by the lottery, will be men whose 20th birthday falls during that year, followed, if needed, by those aged 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25. 18-year-olds and those turning 19 would probably not be drafted.
  • My conscience.
  • If there was a draft, they wouldn't want a too old, too flabby dude like me.
  • Not having the abillity to follow orders and the fact that im only 13.
  • If you are on anti-depressants you won't be.
  • Felony record and physical problems such as mental, handycaps or weight problems
  • The fact that if I the draft were ever reinstated I'd suddenly become gay... and I would definitely tell.
  • A fellow named Pat admitted that he got out of the draft during his physical where he proceeded to wet himself. Another way is if you are a Quaker and registered as a conscientious objector. Some religious beliefs may exempt the person from doing military service.
  • The United States only drafts two people per year. This is so they can keep the draft process functional so that should a war come up we can quickly draft as many as needed. Most US citizens think there is no draft at all any more, but that's just a misconception. Two per year.
    • we are dough 68
      I thought "two per year" was a rap artist.
    • Anoname
      Might be.
    • Anoname
      Tried to research this but could find no proof to my own claim so I'll retract the 2 per year statement until I can find proof of the same.

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