Introduction The Lodge-Philbin Act was a US federal law, passed on 30 June 1950, which allowed for the recruiting of foreign nationals into a military force fighting under the command of the US Armed Forces. Refer to Selective Service System. Background The Act permitted initially up to 2,500 non-resident aliens (later expanded to allow up… Read More
What is the Lodge-Philbin Act?
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