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Revised Senate Committee “Draft Our Daughters” Language...
If the Conference Report for the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for FY 2023 includes Senate “Draft Our Daughters” legislation, the entire bill must be rejected. The case for registering women with Selective Service for a possible future draft, on the same... Read More
11 Sep 22
Why Congress Should Defeat Defense Bill Unless “Draft Our...
The Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC) has approved their version of the National Defense Authorization Act for 2023 , and the full House has passed their version of the annual NDAA (H.R. 7900) , 329-101 on July 13.  The full Senate will vote on the annual... Read More
26 Jul 22
Tags Congress/Legislation, Gays in the Military/LGBT Law, Selective Service Implications, White House/Pentagon, Women in the Military
Army Scraps Gender-Neutral Standards Pushed by...
If structural engineers design a bridge that collapses, they figure out what went wrong before they replace the bridge.  When a military social experiment collapses, “social engineers” and “experts” who designed the experiment never admit their mistakes.  Read More
19 Apr 22
Tags Training Standards & Health, Training, Physiology, & Athletics, Women in the Military
A Lesson from Ukraine: Good Men Protect and Defend Women
A question asked in a recent Quinnipiac University Poll sparked a national conversation: “If you were in the same position as Ukrainians are now, do you think that you would stay and fight or leave the country?”   Read More
22 Mar 22
Tags Families & Children, Other Countries
People Are Policy: Three Pentagon Nominees Who Do Not...
On February 17, the Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC) interviewed four nominees for high-level positions at the Department of Defense .  The Center for Military Readiness is concerned about three: Mr. Ravi Chaudhary , Mr. Franklin R. Parker , and Ms. Agnes Gereben Schaefer... Read More
07 Mar 22
Tags Congress/Legislation, White House/Pentagon
Critical Military Theory: Classic Principles Betrayed by...
A distinguished retired Marine three-star officer has written a superb commentary that should be required reading at the military service academies and in all levels of military education.    Read More
10 Feb 22
Tags Military Culture/Diversity
Hold SOCOM Leaders Accountable for Female Commando’s...
According to an anonymous whistleblower letter that Air Force Times posted on January 13, Pentagon policy makers are promoting “diversity and inclusion” at the expense of high, uncompromised standards in an elite Special Operations Forces community.   Read More
31 Jan 22
Tags Demographic Diversity Metrics, Training Standards & Health, Training, Physiology, & Athletics, Women in the Military
CMR Challenge: Strengthen Our Military – Secure American...
When historians write about the effectiveness of our military after the Biden/Harris  Administration ’s inept retreat from Afghanistan , the year 2022 will be seen as a turning point.  Either the armed forces will continue to bear heavy burdens of “woke”... Read More
11 Jan 22
Tags Congress/Legislation, Military Culture/Diversity, White House/Pentagon
Congress Deletes “Draft Our Daughters” from 2022 Defense...
Now that the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for 2022 has been signed into law, conservatives can celebrate a significant, hard-fought victory against “Draft Our Daughters” provisions and several more bad ideas proposed during the 2021 legislative process. Read More
03 Jan 22
Tags Congress/Legislation
Provisions in both the Senate and House versions of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for FY 2022 are unacceptable for reasons noted and analyzed below.  Because the most objectionable proposals would be virtually irreversible, this NDAA is different from any other and it... Read More
18 Oct 21
Tags Congress/Legislation, Selective Service Implications
152 Women Killed in War on Terror Since the attack on America on  September 11, 2001 ,  a total of 152 women deployed to  Afghanistan,  Iraq, Kuwait , and Syria lost their lives in service to America.  The number includes two women who were... Read More
01 Apr 13
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