DON’T LOSE YOUR RIGHTS.

Soldiers don’t have the rights that civilians have.  The army can lock you in for several years, which would be illegal in a civilian job.

Other rights that soldiers lose:

You lose the right to have your interests protected by a union.
You lose the right not to be subject to forced labour.
You lose the right to be tried in the juvenile justice system if charged with an offence.
You lose the right to speak your own mind if this could embarrass the army – and you can be put in prison for it.
You lose the right to choose your work in the way a civilian can – you can be put in prison for trying to leave the army.
You can’t change your job in the army without the army’s permission but the army can move you to another job without your permission.
You lose the right to say ‘no’ to your boss – you can be put in prison for saying ‘no’ to an order.
You lose the right to live where you want – you can be sent anywhere in the world.

DON’T LOSE YOUR RIGHTS, DON’T JOIN THE ARMY.