‘You do not go to war zone with men who miss their mama,’ says veterans’ association chair

The Belgian army has been criticised over plans to allow homesick recruits to sleep at home rather in barracks during their initial training, as it deals with a major recruitment crisis.

The 28,000-strong army has suffered from a large number of recruits quitting early over complaints that they miss their friends and family.

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