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Explanation: It depends on whether you are in the army voluntary: ESTAR EN EL EJERCITO / SER MILITAR or you are in the army compulsorily, then: HACER LA MILI (slang for SERVICIO MILITAR). Hope it helps, regards.
unfortunately, 20 months of nightmarish experience
xxxPaul Roige Spain Local time: 19:16 Native speaker of: Spanish, Catalan PRO pts in pair: 666
Explanation: This how I've listened to the soldiers. They also say 'estoy de alta en el ejército'. When the they have been reprimanded or even suspended for lack of discipline or breach of contract with the military, they are said to be 'dados de baja'.