He attended the Naval Gymnasium as compulsory military training
in keeping with the ideology of the South African government in the 1960s.
It was Watson, not Fisher, who led the debate on compulsory military training
at the party's Commonwealth conference in 1908.
The NC and UML lawmakers said the provision on compulsory military training
and service should be scrapped because it will lead to militarisation of the country.
London, May 9 (ANI): Fire-brand BJP leader Varun Gandhi wants to revive his late father Sanjay Gandhi's controversial sterilization policy, and thinks compulsory military training
can fight communalism.
The League campaigned for compulsory military training
, what it called 'national service' and 'universal service' but which its opponents denounced as 'conscription' and 'compulsory militarism', and 'blood taxes'.
Albert Park State School in Victoria 'generally concurred' with the 1910 conference and the Southport High School in Queensland similarly volunteered its support--along with a suggestion for compulsory military training
for all its teachers as well
Obele began his working life as a business administrator but when he was called up for compulsory military training
, he chose the "social duty" option available to those who did not want to do military training.
Critics of compulsory military training
proudly announced that colleges and universities throughout the nation were changing from mandatory training programs to voluntary programs:
Compulsory Military Training
(CMT) in Australia prior to the First World War was written by ADFA Cadet Samuel Duncan who was the winner of the 2004 ADFA History Prize sponsored by the Society.
He attended periodic compulsory military training
, as mentioned in telegraphic correspondence to Signac in August 1887: ".
A physically fragile man, who suffered from pernicious anaemia, he developed a stubborn resistance to persecution and bullying when, as a trainee priest, he was forced to undergo compulsory military training