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Women in the Military

LEAD STORY IN HUMAN EVENTS AND OTHER NEWS REPORTS ANALYZE...
In a front-page story published in the February 11 edition of Human Events, David Freddoso explains reasons why the charter of the Pentagon’s Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services should be allowed to expire at the end of February 2002. This and other articles appearing in... Read More
15 Feb 02
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SUMMARY AND OVERVIEW: DISCONTINUE THE DACOWITS
The Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services was established in 1951, when there were virtually no women, civilian or military, in leadership positions. Fifty years later, there is no need for a tax-funded civilian advisory committee to tell the Defense Department what to do regarding... Read More
28 Jan 02
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BRITISH STUDY FINDS FEMALE SOLDIERS “TOO WEAK” FOR LAND...
An extensive study ordered by British Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon has reportedly recommended that women should not be allowed to fight in the front line. Citing evidence gathered over 18 months, the "Combat Effectiveness Gender Study" concluded that females lack the strength and stamina needed... Read More
14 Jan 02
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HASC Members Question Army Plans for Women in Land Combat
Twenty-eight members of the House Armed Services Committee, including five sub-committee chairmen and three Democrats, have signed a formal letter addressed to Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld, asking about the status of various issues involving women in the military. Read More
01 Jan 02
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