In the best interests of the State and the individuals being selected for non-voluntary service, every soldier is to be given a week of discipline training, a week of equipment training, and a week of combat training. In addition, every soldier is to be given three full meals per day, and an individual cot, as well as clothing during the training.
If a draftee is proven to be unfit for military service, he or she will be sent back to their homes. However, if a draftee is proven to be fit for military service, he or she will go on to be put into their own Corp for proper usage by the NCR Army. A draftee can be sent to the Infantry Corps, Logistics Corps, Medical Corps, NCR Military Police, NCR Heavy Infanty Corps, NCR Recon Corps, the NCR Aircorps, the Artillery Corps, or the NCR Rangers (If proven to be beyond satisfactory).
All non-voluntary trainees are to be issued upon release from their respective training facilities all of the following:
- M46 service rifle.
- A single M15 bayonet.
- An M2 rifle cleaning kit.
- Ten, twenty-round magazines of 5.56 mm x 45 mm rounds.
- Combat armor plating.
- Dress uniforms and combat fatigues.
- A canteen.
- Combat webbing.
- Combat boots.
- A helmet.
- Browning HiPower 9 mm handgun.
- Five magazines of 9 mm ammunition.
In addition, active-duty non-voluntary soldiers are to be issued a daily supply of rations and water to match their individual needs as a human being.
Upon receiving training, new NCR army soldiers will be sent to their assigned divisions; to where they will assigned to their brigade, battalion, company; and so forth. Upon assignment, new NCR soldiers will be sent around the territories and/or states of the New California Republic, or to possible deployment into the Mojave theater. However, once signed up for combat, an NCR draftee cannot turn down a deployment unless medically proven unfit for combat.
If a NCR draftee is to attempt to go AWOL during a combat deployment, this can result in a six year prison term in an NCR federal prison. Once the soldier has arrived in his deployment zone, he or she must serve a four-hundred day tour in his or her zone. During combat, if he or she is wounded in the act of battle, he or she will be sent back to NCR territory with his or her pay. If he or she is killed, all of the person's pay and possesions will go to the nearest family member for claim.