By Daily Wales correspondent
The Welsh Government has been told to review of the way the British Armed Forces are allowed to recruit in Welsh schools.
A Welsh Assembly report raises concerns about the high level of visits made to Welsh secondary schools when compared to other parts of the UK.
It also questions whether the regular visits are providing pupils with a fair and balanced view of military life.
An investigation was carried out in response to a Welsh Assembly petition from a group called, Cymdeithas y Cymod (Fellowship of Reconciliation).
The petition highlighted the fact that Britain is the only state within NATO or the European Union to allow the military into schools.
Britain is also alone within the Europe in recruiting 16-year-olds into the armed forces.