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Extension of the Selective Training and Service Act

Extension of the Selective Training and Service Act

hearings before the United States House Committee on Military Affairs, Seventy-Ninth Congress, second session, on Mar. 21, 22, Apr. 3, 4, 1946.

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Draft -- Law and legislation -- United States.

  • About the Edition

    Considers (79) H.R. 5682.

    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationii, 167 p.
    Number of Pages167
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22301234M

    When President Harry Truman signed the Selective Service Act of on June 24, the amendments to the Articles of War became law (the Elston Act, Pub. L. No. , 62 Stat. , ()). W.G. Andrews, W. Sterling Cole, George J. Bates, Carl Vinson, Paul J. Kilday and Carl T. Durham signed on the part of the House. the Act of Congress of May 18, , entitled "An Act to authorize the President to increase temporarily the Military Establishment of the United States." (b) These Rules and Regulations under the Selective s-s-R-Service Law shall, for the sake of brevity, be indicated by .

    THE REEMPLOYMENT PROVISIONS OF THE SELECTIVE SERVICE ACT To date more than one hundred court decisions have been rendered interpreting the reemployment provision of the Selective Training and Service Act.1 An examination of these decisions now makes pos-sible the formulation of some conclusions as to the effectiveness of the. b, mar. 7, to the honorable john w. macy, jr., chairman, united states civil service commission: on february 20, , you requested our decision upon the question whether, under the facts and circumstances hereinafter related, the reemployment after military service of a retired naval officer would be precluded by the dual office statute of july 31, , as amended, 5 u.s.c.

    c. Service performed under a reenlistment that immediately follows discharge is counted toward fulfillment of statutory MSO in the case of members who incurred such obligation under the provisions of the Military Selective Service Act, as amended. d. To determine reenlistment eligibility for members not in. Military Selective Service Act; Alternative Service. Alternative Service Employer Network; Conscientious Objector. The Courage of their Convictions; Agency Structure. Reserve Forces Officers; Local Boards; Quick Facts and Figures; History And Records. Background Of Selective Service; Past Directors of the Selective Service System; Induction.


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Selective Service System. Congressional Information. Books. Government Documents. In the News. Indianapolis Newspaper Index.

Subject Headings. Websites. The Selective Service System, also known as the Draft, establishes the law that all male U.S and most non-U.S. citizens residing in the United States between the ages of 18 and 26 must register with the Selective Service.

The act provided that not more thanmen were to be in training at any one time, and it limited service to 12 months—later () extended to 18 months. After the United States entered World War II, a new selective service act made men between 18 and 45 liable for military service and required all men between 18 and 65 to register.

The Selective Training and Service Act ofalso known as the Burke–Wadsworth Act, Pub.L. 76–, 54 Stat.enacted September 16,was the first peacetime conscription in United States history.

This Selective Service Act required that men who had reached their 21st birthday but had not yet reached their 36th birthday register with local draft theslopelounge.comd by: the 76th United States Congress.

The Selective Training and Service Act of was enacted on September 16th of that year. It is sometimes referred to as the Burke-Wadsworth act.

This was the first such act of conscription in the United States during a time of peace. Conscription is the process that drafts individuals into military service, as opposed to.

Extension of the Selective Training and Service Act: hearings before the Committee on Military Affairs, House of Representatives, Seventy-ninth Congress, second session, on H.R. an act extending the Selective Training and Service Act ofas amended.

Dec 06,  · Selective service extension: hearings before the Committee on Military Affairs, United States Senate, Seventy-ninth Congress, second session, on S.

a bill to provide for continuing the reemployment rights of veterans under the Selective trainig and service act ofas amended, and for other purposes (and a projected amendment to extend the Selective training and service act of The Selective Training and Service Act required military service registration for all males between the ages of 21 and 36 To meet the demand for war material, the American government.

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The Selective Training and Service Act was imposed in to change the American opinion on neutrality. This act forced men between 21 and 35 to register for the army. It also caused the training of million troops. POLITICAL. Selective Service System that exempting females from the male-only draft was unconstitutional.

History. The previous iteration of the Selective Service System was established by the Selective Training and Service Act of After two extensions, the Selective Training and Service Act was allowed to expire on March 31, Enacted by: the 80th United States Congress. The Selective Training and Service Act expired in Marchbut Pres.

Harry S. Truman, asserting that the peacetime army could not attract the numbers that it needed to uphold its global commitments, pushed for an extension of the draft. Congress obliged, and. In Selective Service Acts Asia, Congress narrowly passed the Selective Training and Service Act, instituting the first peacetime draft in U.S.

theslopelounge.com Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed the bill into law on September 16,and all males of ages 21 to 36 were required to register with the resurrected Selective Service System—although, for. The Selective Service System and Draft Registration: Issues for Congress Congressional Research Service Summary The Military Selective Service Act (MSSA), first enacted as the Selective Service.

Selective Service Acts,— The Selective Training and Service Act introduced on 6 September was the first ever peacetime draft in the United States.

It initially required all males between the ages of 21 and 36 to register. On September 16,the United States instituted the Selective Training and Service Act ofwhich required all men between the ages of 21 and 45 to register for the draft.

This was the first peacetime draft in United States' history. Those who were selected from the draft lottery were required to serve at least one year in the armed forces. provided: Section 3 of the Military Selective Service Act, as amended (50 U.S.C.

App. ), provides that male citizens of the United States and other male persons residing in the United States who are between the ages of 18 and 26, except those exempted by Sections 3 and 6(a) of the Military Selective Service Act (50 U.S.C.

App. and (a)). Congress passed what became known at the Selective Training and Service Act of on September 6,instituting the first peacetime conscription in United States history.

This Selective Service Act required that men between the ages 21 and 30 register with local draft boards. The age range was later changed to Committee Serial No.

Considers the extension of the Universal Military Training and Service Act to provide for the conscription of men for compulsory military service, and considers possible technical changes in the Act to provide a more equitable means of drafting servicemen.

Transferred for liquidation to Office of Selective Service Records by act of March 31, (61 Stat. 31). Reconstituted by Military Selective Service Act (62 Stat. ), June 22, Records of the Joint Army and Navy Selective Service Committee. Textual Records: Central files, On September 6,Congress passed the Selective Training and Service Act, and on September 16,President Roosevelt signed it into law.

Also known as the Burke-Wadsworth Act, the Selective Training and Service Act of required that men between the ages of 21 and 35 register with local draft boards.

It was the first time in US. b, january 10,21 comp. gen. pay - additional - over 12 months' service - service credits in determining whether an enlisted man of the regular army has had 12 months' service within the meaning of section 8 (a) of the service extension act ofauthorizing $10 additional pay for each month of service in excess of 12, prior service in the navy may not be counted.(a) This Act may be cited as the "Selective Service Act of ".

(b) The Congress hereby declares that an adequate armed strength must be achieved and maintained to insme the security of this Nation. (c) The Congress further declares that in a free society the obliga­ tions and privileges of serving in the armed forces and.

the re~eTVe.Aug 15,  · RECORDS OF THE SELECTIVE SERVICE DIVISION History: Established in the Adjutant General's Office, War Department, July 1,as successor to PMGO, with responsibility for administering all Selective Service System records accumulated during the period Redesignated Selective Service Section and transferred to World War.