What would have been your draft number in the Dec 1 1969 drawing?
N69 gives the results of the lottery held on December 1, 1969, for men born from 1944 through 1950. The highest lottery number called for this group was 195; all men assigned that lottery number or any lower number, and who were classified as available for military service, were called to report for possible induction.
What were the 1970 draft lottery numbers?
|Table||Date of Drawing||APN|
|1970||December 1, 1969||195|
|1971||July 1, 1970||125|
|1972||August 5, 1971||95|
|1973||February 2, 1972||95|
What number did the Vietnam draft get to?
Draft age men were assigned a number between 1 and 366, depending on their birthday. The lowest numbers were called first. This was all entirely at random. Of course, that didn’t stop some of those who were called to service from further avoiding Selective Service.
What were the draft numbers for 1974?
1974 RANDOM SELECTION LOTTERY DRAWING CALENDAR
|1974 RANDOM SELECTION LOTTERY DRAWING CALENDAR Held March 8, 1973 For men born in 1954|
What were the chances of being drafted in Vietnam?
Myth: Common belief is that most Vietnam veterans were drafted. Fact: 2/3 of the men who served in Vietnam were volunteers. 2/3 of the men who served in World War II were drafted. Approximately 70% of those killed in Vietnam were volunteers.
How many draft dodgers were in the Vietnam War?
It is now known that, during the Vietnam era, approximately 570,000 young men were classified as draft offenders, and approximately 210,000 were formally accused of draft violations; however, only 8,750 were convicted and only 3,250 were jailed.
How can I retrieve my Selective Service number?
Check Your Selective Service Registration
The letter and card are your Selective Service proof of registration. If you don’t receive the letter and card within 90 days, or if you need a replacement card, call 1-847-688-6888 and follow the prompts. Choose the option for receiving your own Selective Service number.
Are you automatically registered for Selective Service when you turn 18?
Almost all male US citizens and male immigrants, who are 18 through 25, are required to register with Selective Service. It’s important to know that even though he is registered, a man will not automatically be inducted into the military.
How do I know if I am registered for Selective Service?
Go to https://www.sss.gov/ and click on Check Registration. Click on Verify Now. Enter your information in the Online Registration Search grid.