By: Leo Shane III
WASHINGTON — The Selective Service System could start including women in its lists for possible future military drafts in the next few years.
Or it could also start using those lists to help fine-tune military recruitment by identifying highly-skilled high schoolers interested in public service.
Or it could disband altogether, abandoning any procedure for involuntary military service in the future.
Members of the National Commission on Military, National and Public Service charged with recommending potentially radical changes to the Selective Service System released their interim report on Wednesday, outlining a host of potentially dramatic overhauls they may recommend in coming years.