When an army is all "volunteer" does that mean you don't get paid at all for being in that army? Would me enlist just be an unpaid gig?



No, they get paid. volunteer means they were not forced to join like during war times under conscription.


Oh, no. You DO get paid, The ""volunteer: part means no one is forced to be in the military. You enlist if you want to, you are not forced to


Depends what country you are referring to, mostly when it says volunteer army it means you chose to sign up as opposed to being conscripts. You usually will get paid as is the case with all US military. I know some European countries do have unpaid volunteer reserves.


Fully paid gig for every month of the four years that you "volunteer". Also meals, housing and medical care.

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It means that nobody will really care no matter what country you invade.