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    able to perform combat roles. Women were unable to perform combat roles in the military because of sexism and lack of respect. The main issue that restricted women from combat, besides the sexism and lack of respect, was that people did not believe that women could handle the pressure. People believed that if a woman was under too much pressure, then she was more likely to mess up and…

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    allowed in Combat? Woman should be allowed in combat for many reasons. First of all allowing woman into combat situations would make our military more effective by putting talent into sections that were frowned upon before, it would help our forces become more modernized, putting women into combat situations would not break tradition because women have served in every war since the revolutionary war, and would put ability above gender. Allowing woman into combat situations would…

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    Women are treated much differently in captivity than men. There is much concern that is justified in which women are violated and even raped in captivity. Where men are just treated harshly these are things we have to consider for our mothers, sisters, and daughters before putting them on the front lines of combat. The military has had several claims brought to their attention over the years regarding this subject. General Dempsey stated, “Witness General Dempsey 's astonishing claim that women…

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    This has been a thorny issue since the whole motion was started to let women join the combat related units like infantry, field artillery, and ranger units. Questions have been raised on how they will be able to perform in these areas as they require a lot of body strength which many people believe women do not possess. All of the combat units has been strictly reserved for men .Women had a limited roles and combat restrictions, but they have served in combat zones, often under fire, but…

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    number of the roles are opened to women in the armed forces but continue they are excluded from combat roles. There has been controversial debate among the public whether this exclusion should be maintained or issues such as unit cohesion, psychological health, economic consideration and physical ability would the impediment to not be allowed women to serve in combat units. This essay will examine these commonly arguments and show who these concerns contributed to prevent women to serve in…

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    Imagine being in a combat situation; under direct fire from the enemy. Then a bullet the size of a baby carrot strikes you in the thigh. Unable to move with blood gushing from the wound, you look around at your squad members. Private Johnson on your left is a short yet broad fellow and Private First Class Jennings is on your right, a petite, yet athletic female. With all your combat gear you weigh in at roughly two hundred and twenty-five pounds. Given your choice of squad member, who would…

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    Women should not consider going into Combat Imagine not being raised by your mother at a very young age, and had barely gotten to know her since she was more than a thousand miles away from home on duty, in a third world country fighting for your freedom each and every day. The only way you could communicate with each other is by telephone without seeing each other physically for months. She would most likely not be there the moments that are cherish the most such as birthdays and the first days…

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    Combat is an emotionally and physically draining experience. Men preform differently in warfare than women, as the requirements for each gender to succeed in the military differ. In the article ‘the truth about women in combat’, David Frum expresses that women are less likely to succeed in the military and the New York Times demonstrates in their article ‘women in combat jobs’, that women are capable of achieving the standards set for men. Although it is harder for women to execute exercises…

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    Women should not consider going into Combat Imagine not being raised by your mother at a very young age, and had barely gotten to know her since she was more than a thousand miles away from home on duty, in a third world country fighting for your freedom each and every day. The only way you could communicate with each other is by telephone all year round without having seeing each other physically for months. She would most likely not be there for your birthdays, or even first days of school,…

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    Women should not consider going into Combat Imagine not being raised by your mother at a very young age, and had barely gotten to know her since she was more than a thousand miles away from home on duty, in a third world country fighting for your freedom each and every day. The only way you could communicate with each other is by telephone all year round without having seeing each other physically for months. She would most likely not be there for your birthdays, or even first days of school,…

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