Selective Service Act
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Selective Service Act may refer to:
- Selective Service Act of 1917, or Selective Draft Act, enacted April 28, 1917, for the American entry into World War I
- Selective Training and Service Act of 1940, enacted September 16, 1940, in preparation for the American entry into World War II
- Selective Service Act of 1948, enacted June 24, 1948, also known as the:
- Universal Military Training and Service Act, as renamed and amended by Pub.L. 82–51, 65 Stat. 75, enacted June 19, 1951
- Military Selective Service Act of 1967, as renamed and amended by Pub.L. 90–40, 81 Stat. 100, enacted June 30, 1967
- Selective Service Amendment Act of 1969, as renamed and amended by Pub.L. 91–124, 83 Stat. 220, enacted November 26, 1969
- Military Selective Service Act, as renamed and amended by Pub.L. 92–129, 85 Stat. 348, enacted September 28, 1971
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