This study examines the experience, understanding, knowledge and attitudes regarding sexual activity of the military conscripts. The interviewer signed the survey document when consent was obtained from the participant. A previous study demonstrated that male students, in comparison with their female counterparts, have had a higher level of agreement regarding premarital intercourse, and in the use of pressure and force experiencing sexual activity [ 11 ]. However, their sexual knowledge was insufficient and should be strengthened by sex education from an earlier age. More and more surveys now indicate that the attitude of teens towards sex has gradually become more open, and it is more acceptable for teens to engage in premarital sex. Table 1 Socio-demographic characteristics of the study group in relation to having had sexual intercourse at least once during the previous 12 months. We also aimed to determine if there were differences in socio-demographic characteristics between men who did, or did not have sexual experience. The descriptive statistics for the demographic characteristics were calculated, and included frequency distributions for categorical demographic variables or type of sexual activity variables, and the means and standard deviations for a participants' response regarding their sexual attitudes and knowledge. We have also examined the sexual knowledge, attitudes and behaviors of young men conscripted into the military. Results Subject characteristics The age range of the subjects was years, and the average age was Participants were eligible if they could read and complete the questionnaire. Subjects were excluded if they were physically unfit for military service or if they could not, or were not willing, to complete the survey. The Chi-square test was used to find the association between religion, participant's and their parent's educational level and sexual intercourse.