This is the list of ‘applicable statutes’ for the DD Form 4 military enlistment contract. Looking through the list, I’ve attempted to determine which appear to actually be applicable, and which “authorities” have been added to the list for intimidation with a (HUH? – or other text in bold blue) querying the applicability of that ‘authority’ to that of a general enlistment application. There appears to be little regard for oversight, something the military is supposedly noted for.
READ THIS PAGE for an In-Depth Look at the DD Form 4 Military Enlistment Contract by Don Chapin, USAF, Ret’d, including Don’s advice and commentary, to make sure you understand the contract BEFORE signing it and to avoid common pitfalls that will come back to haunt you later.
This post offers a pdf file on the US Military’s program JAMRS information and tools for opting out. You can read the pdf online or download and read at your convenience.
The ASVAB is the military’s entrance exam that is given to prospective recruits to determine their aptitude for various military occupations (NO, the career field recommendations are military-oriented, NOT general or generic).
Filling Out The Contract, DD Form 4 enlistment contract: Some recruiters are honest, but MANY DON’T WANT YOU TO SEE THIS CONTRACT UNTIL THEY ARE READY TO HAVE YOU SIGN IT. This short contract is full of legalese. You need a non-military-connected lawyer to decipher it.