• Women In Combat Positions Policies Military
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    The idea of women in combat is not unusual anymore. They should be able to hold combat positions physical strength matters, the military still needs the intelligence that women can bring. Also, banning women from the combat hurts their military careers. Although women account for only ten percent of the enlisted personnel (Time, 8/21/95/ Pg. 31), the yare still a major part in the armed forces. Their performance recently has generated support from Congress and the public for enhancing the role o...
  • Women In Combat Military Holm Roles
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    Women in Combat Women have played a tremendous roll in many countries armed forces from the past to the present. Women have thoroughly integrated into the armed forces; all positions in the armed forces should be fully accessible to women who can compete with men intellectually and physically. Yet, many argue that the distinction between combat and non-combat becomes blurred in the context of women warfare (Ladin; Holm, Hoar). In actuality, many women are assigned to jobs that will expose them t...
  • Women In Combat Men Military Male
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    Women in Front Line Combat When it comes to combat assignments and the needs of the military, men take precedence over all other considerations, including career prospects of female service members. Female military members have been encouraged to pursue opportunities and career enhancement within the armed forces, which limit them only to the needs and good of the service due to women being not as "similarly situated" as their male counterparts when it comes to strength or aggressiveness, and ar...
  • Women In Combat Wilson Military Men
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    "In my 22 years of active duty, I have survived two military plane crashes; rescued a sergeant from drowning; helped remove dead bodies from the flight line after an RB-47 crash; disarmed a knife-wielding troop in a barracks brawl; disabled and removed a would-be rapist from my squadron's barracks; thwarted two bloody suicide attempts; and performed many casualty and mortuary duties too gruesome to mention." - Captain Barbara A. Wilson, USAF (Ret) (Wilson). Would you believe that this military o...
  • Give The Lady A Gun Article Analysis
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    The Title of the article 'give the lady a gun' automatically suggests that the author Neil Mitchell is all for the use of women in combat as displayed by the opening paragraph - which bluntly states that women are better than men. As soon as the reader comprehends these initial first words, there leaves no doubt that the rest of the article will follow suit in its pro women in combat slant. Whilst it is clear from Mitchell's title and opening that he is bias toward women in this issue it differs...
  • Allowing Women Military Combat Men
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    America's Military For decades, America's Military Essay, Research Paper For decades, America? s military, and it? s citizens, have been grappling with a very important decision: should women be allowed to serve in combat? This issue has been in the media since I was in elementary school, and so far there is no end in sight. Although there are many advocator's for allowing women to fight in the military conflicts, such as liberal feminists and equal rights activists, there is a great number of p...