What is a citizen army?
You have to be a citizen to join the army.
No - but the Army will afford them an opportunity to become a citizen
No - but the Army will give you the opportunity to become a a US Citizen
No. You must be a citizen an EU country in order to join the Irish Army
To get in the Roman army you had to be a Roman citizen and in good health. If you were a non-citizen and wanted to join as an axillary, you had to have a special skill, such as bowman, slinger, horseman, etc. To get in the Roman army you had to be a Roman citizen and in good health. If you were a non-citizen and wanted to join as an axillary, you had to have… Read More
You have to be an Australian citizen to be in the Australian army. although you could hold duel citizenship.
Yes, any non-citizen may join, and the Army will afford them the opportunity to become a citizen
The National guards men are known as citizen soldiers
by being a 'naturalised' citizen of Bahrain
Inorder to join either army you must be a valid citizen
The motto of Philippine Army Reserve Command is 'Committed citizen army builder'.
Yes, in fact citizenship was mandatory if you wanted to be in the Roman army. If you enlisted and were not a citizen, you were an auxiliary, but you gained citizenship upon your discharge. Yes, in fact citizenship was mandatory if you wanted to be in the Roman army. If you enlisted and were not a citizen, you were an auxiliary, but you gained citizenship upon your discharge. Yes, in fact citizenship was mandatory if… Read More
Yes, a United States citizen can join the German Army. Once you have joined the service you can work your way up to becoming an officer.
Yes they can.
Yes but you have to have your balls chopped off with a swiss army knife
A Jamaican can join the US Army if they have a green card or they are a naturalized citizen.
If you're a French citizen, you can join the French Army. If you are not a French citizen, you can join the Foreign Legion, but you will be enlisted as a single soldier regardless of your marital status.
No. In order to serve in German armed forces one has to be a German citizen.
You can't join the U.S. Army if you're illegal...
Only Australian citizens can join the Australian army. www.defencejobs.gov should answer all questions about the army and its jobs
Gaius Marius was the one who reformed the army and professionalized it.
United States Army Reserve Command's motto is 'Twice the Citizen'.
join the army for one year
yes as long as your a citizen
Anyone who is a British Citizen or from Commonwealth Countries
No, You need to be a Australian Citizen
No, unless you become a Chinese citizen.
A member of the part time Citizen Forces or Army Reserve.
Yes, if they are a permanent resident of the US. However, a commissioned officer must be a citizen of the US.
you cant, need to be a US citizen, but u are always welcome to join its british counterpart
it is important to have an army training in order, to be responsible, logistics , and welling to save and serve the state or country you were.
Define Work what kind of work? US citizen can not serve British army but can do work in commercially
If you are an Australian citizen, or dual citizen with Australian citizenship, yes. Australia does not accept foreign volunteers, even from Commonwealth nations.
The only way a Jamaican can join the US Army is if they are a citizen of the US or has a green card. You can speak to a US Army recruiter in your are for more details.
No. You must be an actual citizen of Canada.
Become a British subject (citizen) then apply.
nope you have to have a green card first or us citizen
A good Roman citizen was considered to be someone who was patriotic and abided by the law. Before the creation of a professional standing army which was joined voluntarily, being a good citizen also involved fighting for Rome in her citizen militia.
Is there a way for an illegal immigrant to become a legal residenc other than marrting a us citizen?
I thought you could also become a citizen by joining the army
Well of course all you have to do is become an Australian citizen.
No, he was an Army Officer, US Citizen and Explorer.
The French Foreign Legion.
Definitely not. Switzerland has conscription and a Militia army. After a Swiss citizen has done his initial term in the Army, he returns every year for re-training. He is given his army uniform, gun and a small amount of ammunition which he keeps at home in case the country is invaded and he does not have time to get to the army barracks. The gun and ammunition remain army property and must not be used… Read More
Technically yes. If you are an EU citizen. However, some countries require you to be a resident in their country for a certain amount of time.
Indian citizens are not Gurkhas. The Gurhas are a specific regiment in the British Army, primarily recruited from Nepal. Though any citizen of the Commonwealth may join the British army it would be extremely rare for someone other than a Nepalese to become a member of the Gurkhas except as a commisioned officer.
The average citizen in Roman society did not have any particular role as time went by. The Roman army in the early days was a citizen militia of drafted peasant- proprietors. However, the Marian reforms of the army in 107 BC made joining the army became voluntary and laid the foundation for the creation of a professional army. During the Republic the citizens elected the officers of state of the executive and voted on bills… Read More
Fiji is a Commonwealth nation. Any citizen of any Commonwealth nation is permitted by British Army regulations to enlist in the British army, so long as their country was in the Commonwealth at the time of their birth (thus, a citizen of Zimbabwe who was born while the country remained in the Commonwealth is still able to enlist in the British Army, even though Zimbabwe is no longer a member of the Commonwealth of Nations).
At the beginning, when the Roman army was a citizen militia, Roman soldiers were peasants who were drafted during the military campaigning season (March up to October) and then went back to their farms. They served though the military age, which was 17 to 54. When the army was professionalised, the career of a soldier lasted 20 years.