The Church in Wales is calling for an end to recruitment of under-18s to the Army. We've been getting your views on this all morning, and here are a selection.
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I joined the army at 16, was the best thing I ever done. It taught me respect and discipline. Nobody goes to front line until they reach 18.
I don't think the government would be happy, as it could potentially increase young jobless figures...
It has proved to be a decent career for many early school leavers, so why change it?
The age should be put up to 21.
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