The Age can confirm that the age limit for military service is 35 years old.
The new Age Age guidelines for the Australian Army include the following: If you are over the age of 35, you can apply to join the Australian Defence Force (ADF) but if you are under 35 you can’t apply.
The ADF has now confirmed to us that this is the case.
But, there are still some exceptions to this rule.
If you’re a female and your father or husband is over the 18-year-old limit and you want to join, your dad or husband must also have a job and a job search contract.
The rules also apply to military spouses.
The Age understands that the ADF does not have any rules on the age that young people can apply for the Armed Forces (AFL), however.
The Defence Force has told us that the new age limit will apply to recruits and those who have completed their military service by the end of 2020.
But for those who want to apply for a job in the ADFs current job market, the ADs job vacancy policies will be applied.
So if you’re looking for a new job in a department you’ve previously been in, or if you want a job at a place that is currently closed, you will need to apply to the Defence Force.
If this sounds familiar, it should because it’s exactly the same process that was used when the Armed forces were set up.
The only difference between the two is the AD’s policies.
The Federal Government announced changes to the way the ADB worked when the service was first created.
These changes came into force in January 2020.
These rules now apply to all recruits and applicants for all roles within the ADBs Job Market.
The changes also apply for applicants for jobs in all jobs within the Defence Forces job market.
We’re not sure how the AD is planning to apply these changes to those who apply for jobs that are already closed.
But the AD has told the Age that it will not be changing the age restrictions for those already employed within the department.
It is the role of the AD to review all vacancies and apply the new rules to all job seekers.
This is the reason that the Age understands the changes will apply across all roles in the defence industry, not just those who are already employed.
We have contacted the Defence Minister’s office for comment on this issue.