By no later than 2020, ensuring that the starting salary of EVERY enlisted individual will be no less than $5,750.00 per month; or at least a salary commensurate with the salaries of other special service agencies maintained by our United States government.

By no later than 2020, that every apartment building in the United States will be required to set aside at least two to four premium quality apartments to be made available to our retired and/or disabled veterans at low cost. When otherwise not in use, these units would be set aside to be used to house low income individuals. Apartment complexes that have twenty (20) or more units, must set aside at least 5% of its units for our retired and/or disabled veterans at low cost. No exceptions should ever be made when it comes to tending to the needs of those who gave so much for our country.

By no later than 2020, a guaranteed death benefit of at least $100,00.00 for every family who has lost a service member in the line of duty. This will also include additional survivor benefits to be paid monthly to families with children until they children have reached the age of twenty-five (25).

By no later than 2020, full and complete scholarships to any and all colleges throughout the United States for all service members who would like to earn a college degree contingent upon the agreement that after graduation that individual uses their skills to further help and assist service members and their families throughout the United States of America and abroad where service members may be serving.

By no later than 2021, streamlining the application process for all Veterans when it comes to applying for any and all benefits. Likewise, creating a system of appeals in regard to those decisions that Veterans do not agree; one that is timely. If a criminal is entitled to a speedy trial, why shouldn't our Veterans be entitled to speedy processing of their claims.

Special discounts at EVERY place of business for active and retired service members.

Special credit cards for use by ONLY active and retired service members that WILL NOT rely on any credit bureau score to qualify.

By no later than 2019, it will be mandatory that upon the eighteenth birthday of all United States citizens, all men and woman would be required by law to join a branch of the military for a term of not less than four (4) years of active service and two (2) years of reserve duty. There are countless benefits to such patriotism not to mention the educational benefits. After being inducted into the military, individuals would be placed in positions and careers that would not only benefit the military, but the individuals themselves giving them valuable skills they could use once they are discharged from the military. Service in the military would also install discipline, physical fitness, pride and self-esteem in every individual. It would enable every service member to realize what they could achieve if they just set set their minds to. Further benefits from service would also be realized nationally because people would be required to become physically fit; therefore obesity levels in the United States would also drop dramatically there by reducing medical problems associated with this reduction. Too, if the President's children were made to serve in the military, congress children were in the military, how quickly would they be willing to go to war with the knowledge that their children would be deployed? We could also end the fight over a national health care system, since everyone who served in the military would be entitled to Veterans Health Care benefits.

Most importantly, before any individual can complete their citizenship process, be they fifty (50) years or younger, it shall be mandatory that the individual must enlist in one of the branches of the United States armed forces. A man or woman at fifty (50) can still do very much to underwrite the efforts of our service members apart from serving on the battle fields.

Too, we are not alone in this pursuit of mandatory service. Other countries have similar laws, such as but not solely limited to, Armenia, Austria, Belarus, Azerbaijan, Bermuda, Brazil, Benin, Bolivia, Myanmar , Cyprus, Cambodia, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Colombia, Cuba, Côte d'Ivoire, Denmark, Egypt, Ecuador, El Salvador, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Georgia, Guatemala, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Iran, Israel, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Moldova, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Niger, Norway, North Korea, South Korea, Mexico, Norway, Paraguay, Philippines (alternatives are available), Russia, Singapore, Switzerland, Senegal, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Taiwan, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Thailand, Tajikistan, Turkey Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Vietnam, Zimbabwe

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