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Both WWII, Korea and Vietnam saw up to five percent of the Marine Corps strength coming from the draft. The threat of being drafted into the Army or the Marine Corps as cannon fodder has always kept long waiting lines at Air Force and Navy recruitment offices.

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Q: Was there ever a draft into the Marine Corp Air Force and Navy or was it just into the Army?
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