The Pentagon Isn’t Drafting You for WWIII by Text

 Pentagon Drafting You for WWIII by Text: Anonymous text messages claiming to have been sent to the US military are popping up on cell phones across the United States. The military has denied the allegations, saying it was not the agency that handled the draft.

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Although American men must register for selective service, there will be congressional action to bring the bill back. A mysterious collection of text messages is circulating, telling American citizens to be prepared to be sent to Iran – or face jail. Problem: Texts are not really from the US military or selective service. The military says it did not send messages, but does not say who did.

After the assassination of Iraqi General Qasim Soleimani, messages began to arrive across the country. Text messages are vaguely familiar to anyone who has received a fake IRS text message, claiming that the recipient is in trouble for non-compliance – the draft in this case. Only by complying with the scam can the recipient straighten things out. As you might expect, the text is in poor English. One variation is:

United States Official Army Draft (sic), we tried to contact you by mail several times and received no response. You have been declared eligible and you must immediately come to the nearest branch (sic) in Jacksonville, Florida to leave for Iran. Please contact us at the following number [redacted] and reply to this message immediately.
US Army Recruitment Battalion. Ask for the Jacksonville Recruiting Battalion.
We know this number is not disconnected, you will be fined and jailed for at least 6 years (sic) for not answering.
The U.S. military says in a statement that the U.S. Army Recruiting Command has received numerous calls and emails about these fake text messages and wants to make sure the U.S. Understand that these texts are incorrect and were not initiated by this command or the US Army.

The military says the federal selective service system, not the armed services, is in charge of the draft system. It’s a completely different pipeline: Selective Service deals with drafts, while recruiters are responsible for involving volunteers.

The Pentagon Isn't Drafting You for WWIII by Text

Young people from West Pennsylvania are joining the army after being drafted for the Vietnam War in 1967.

This draft, also known as Recruitment, was used in almost every major American war since the Revolutionary War, then the Civil War, World War I, World War II, and the Cold War (Korea and Vietnam). Is. The draft ended at the end of the Vietnam War in 1973, but if the draft is reactivated, American men still need to sign up with the Selective Service.

Can the government revive the draft? It may be, but it will require a congressional act. The US military dislikes the draft and would prefer not to return it. The Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Space Force will include volunteers instead of hesitant.

If for some very unlikely reason, the Selective Service restores the draft, the system will likely begin to number American men’s groups by age and use the lottery system. Although nerve-wracking and dubious, a nationwide lottery would probably be the best way to run a draft. It is unlikely that such a system will rely on the Internet because there will be too much incentive to hack the computer system. It will probably use US mail, as in previous drafts.

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