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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

In South Korea, Women's Reserve Army Retired So

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, SEOUL - South Korea's mandatory military revised the regulations. The new rules allow the pension officer for women to serve as reservists.

This policy is to provide opportunities for women in the military, officials said on Thursday. Another of the men, women officers who retire should not be registered directly in the reserve forces since the military duty is not required by law for women.

Revised laws that allow women officers to serve as reservis after retirement if they choose that decision, South Korean Defense Ministry said in a statement.

"The revision was issued when heightened demand for reserve troops to open doors for women retiring officers," said an official Kemhan South Korea, adding that new regulations will take effect immediately after it was announced.

In South Korea, women are not required to join military service, which must pass at least the past two years by South Korean men. Now, 6,600 women serve as officers and non-military officers.

The ministry plans to increase the number of female officers to 10,552 in 2016 and became 11,570 in 2020. Under the plan, the ratio of female workers will rise to 6.3 percent in 2020, compared to 3.6 percent in 2010, according to South Korean Kemhan.

Last year, South Korean government began to allow women to enter into the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC). South Korea has reservis much as 3.2 million men who have completed two years of compulsory military service in the last eight years.

The reservis, which contribute military forces 655,000 soldiers, are required to pass through the field training or other exercises for several days each year.

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