Civic Action and Veterans' Groups
As of 1990, army engineers built bridges and roads in
areas, and consideration was being given to a more
action role for the military in general. Agricultural work
excluded, however, because farming was thought to result
of military skills.
After World War II a very small number of veterans
vocational training or loans to establish farms;
more than ten workers had to employ a quota of veterans.
early 1950s, training programs were discontinued. In the
1960s, plans to establish industries for ex-servicemen
However, an Education Corps was set up to provide
reading and writing skills in English to recruits during
first six months in uniform. As a result, virtually all
exservicemen found employment after service. No information
available concerning civilian employment of thousands of
since the 1970s.
Data as of June 1991