Okay so where are your sources that if women join the military they don't have to participate in combat? Unless they are pregnant or on leave.
Clearly I'm misunderstanding you. Care to restate that in different words? What I'm getting from it is that you're suggesting girls and boys are joining the military and only one of them is actually risking their lives. Which confuse me, because both DO fight.Racism is quite like sexism. If white/black people joined the military and only one race had to participate in combat would that be fair to the race that had to risk their lives in combat?
Stop reading from imaginary lines.
If white/black people joined the military and only one race participated in combat would that be fair to the race that had to risk their lives in combat?
It's a volunteer thing now.Okay so where are your sources that if women join the military they don't have to participate in combat? Unless they are pregnant or on leave.
It's like being tone deaf at American Idol tryouts.The Marines are looking for a few good women to serve in combat but, after more than two years of trying, no woman has made it through the grueling infantry officer school.
What's the freaking point?The Marine Corps is under orders to open up its ground combat units - one of the last all-male bastions in the military -- to women, but it has been unable to find any female capable of making it through its three-month infantry officer course.
http://op-talk.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/10/13/women-fight-isis-and-sexism-in-kurdish-regions/"The women of the pesh merga, however, may be the key to upending Kurdistan’s gender inequities. When a Kurdish woman fears she may have somehow tarnished the family honor, and has been targeted by a vengeful male relative, the pesh merga will provide her with a safe house, “and try to negotiate settlements with the families,” Niqash reports. What’s more, fighters have to be literate to join the pesh merga, according to Jeremy Bender of Business Insider. Its female fighters aren’t just trained in ammunition and hand-to-hand combat, but politics and human rights, too."
They don't have to replace them. The men knew how to do the right stuff. Me is sure Howard was fast tracked. I know what an LSD is. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dock_landing_ship#Vessels_of_the_LSD_hull_classificationYou do know Rapier that the Navy has female Admirals. I was a woman Admiral that that lead the rescue of Captain Phillips. I think she did a fine job. They don't replace them with men when the going gets tough either.
I was talking to a black woman one day that was feeling disgusted about having no black women for other black women to look up to. When I told her about this female Admiral I think it made her day.
How many of the Somali pirates were killed?
Like in the movie, snipers from the Navy's famed SEAL Team Six used night-vision goggles to set their sights on the lifeboat and shoot three of the Somali pirates in the head almost simultaneously. The fourth, Abduwali Abdukhadir Muse, had come aboard the destroyer USS Bainbridge to seek medical attention for his badly cut hand and to negotiate the release of Captain Phillips. After his fellow pirates were killed, Muse remained on the Bainbridge and was taken into custody.
Since you are horrifically uneducated on this topic, here's a few tidbits for you. The honor killings you speak of (but know nothing about) are illegal, but some still take place in secret (these cases are still treated like a normal murder case). The killings come about from situations such as a woman having sex out of wed lock, or a woman refusing to marry. It's horrible but it has nothing to do with the military, the women in it or the women fighting ISIS.
Honor killings are bad yes, but what gave you the impression that they are somehow related to the military?
Sure they knew what they were doing just like they would under any male admiral so what's your point.They don't have to replace them. The men knew how to do the right stuff. Me is sure Howard was fast tracked. I know what an LSD is. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dock_landing_ship#Vessels_of_the_LSD_hull_classification
http://www.navy.mil/navydata/bios/bio.asp?bioID=394Admiral Howard is a 1978 graduate of Gateway High School in Aurora, Colorado. She graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1982 and from the Army’s Command and General Staff College in 1998, with a Masters in Military Arts and Sciences.
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