Army officials yesterday issued draft calls for 10,000 men in June and 31,000 in July. The total is slightly lower than the 45,000 men the Army had hinted earlier they would need for those two months.
The Marine Corps, which has been receiving draftees, did not ask for any in those months. It had previously announced that it hoped to rely on volunteer enlistments after it received a draft quota of 4,000 men in May. The Corps indicated, though, that it may take draftees again next fall.