BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany will likely abolish its military service in a move to reform its armed forces and help save money, Defense Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg told weekly Der Spiegel. Switching to fully professional armed forces would be a controversial move in Germany, where military issues remain sensitive 65 years after the end of World War Two and Nazi rule.”Everyone fundamentally recognizes the need to change the structures of the Bundeswehr,” Guttenberg told Der Spiegel in an interview to be published Sunday. “The implementation of this change has simply been accelerated by the need to save. “Demands on the German military have risen steadily in recent years as the country has shed its post-war reluctance to engage in international operations.