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Attached is a printable article regarding the U.S. Army and Navy strength as tabulated for the year 1944:

"The latest figures, released last week, show that the total strength of the armed forces now comes to about 11,417,000. The House Military Affairs Committee, to which Selective Service gave this information, released it to the public without comment, but several committee members were reported to have said privately that it confirmed their suspicions that some 2,000,000 more men have been inducted than necessary."
•U.S. Army............................................................7,700,000
•U.S. Navy............................................................3,717.000
•4-F Classifications................................................3,798,000
•Farmer Deferments..............................................4,192,000
•Labor Deferments.................................................1,614,000
•Hardship Deferments.............................................70,000

If you would like to read more complete figures about American and Allied military strength, click here.

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1944 Army Statistcs  (Yank Magazine, 1944)

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