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Women in the Military

RUMSFELD DITHERS ON WOMEN IN COMBAT
The following article was published by the weekly newspaper  Human Events  on April 27, and by the  Washington Times  on May 6. Read More
16 Jun 06
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WOMEN IN OR NEAR LAND COMBAT
The Center for Military Readiness has asked officials in the Pentagon, Congress, and the White House to respond to the following questions. Answers are needed because the Department of Defense has failed to comply with a law mandating a full report on this subject by March 31, 2006. Read More
16 Jun 06
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CMR Analyzes 1997 RAND Study
The latest RAND study, titled  "New Opportunities for Women: Effects Upon Readiness, Cohesion and Morale" comes with the usual feminist spin. Thousands of military occupations were opened to women three years ago, but few have been filled with female soldiers. Read More
01 Mar 06
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QUESTIONS ABOUT PENTAGON VIOLATIONS OF POLICY AND LAW
The Center for Military Readiness has asked the respective Chairman of the House and Senate Armed Services Committees to submit the following specific questions about current assignments of female soldiers to the Secretary of Defense. Read More
01 Mar 06
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HUNTER ADMONISHES ARMY ON WOMEN IN LAND COMBAT
Legislation rarely passes on the first try, but  Rep. Duncan Hunter  (R-CA), Chairman of the  House Armed Services Committee , accomplished a great deal when he took on some big guns on the issue of women in combat. After more than a decade of neglect, Congress is now engaged in... Read More
01 Jun 05
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HASC MOVES TO CODIFY RULES ON WOMEN IN COMBAT
House Armed Services Committee Chairman  Duncan Hunter  (R-CA) has taken a principled stand in co-sponsoring legislation to prevent the Army officials from forcing female soldiers in or near land combat units. Read More
24 May 05
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ARMY CHANGES DOD RULES ON WOMEN IN LAND COMBAT
After months of pressure on the Department of the Army, which caused the service to adjust but not end single-minded efforts to force female soldiers into land-combat collocated units, the  Center for Military Readiness  filed a formal  Request for Corrective Action  with... Read More
14 Mar 05
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CMR PETITIONS DoD IG FOR INTERVENTION
The following is the text of the second Request for Corrective Action filed by the Center for Military Readiness, asking that the Department of the Army be brought into compliance with current Defense Department (DoD) policy regarding the assignment of female soldiers in or near land combat... Read More
14 Mar 05
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ARMY BETRAYING ITS WOMEN…AND MEN
I recently heard from a female soldier who feels betrayed by the Army. Calm but justifiably angry, the soldier said she is being assigned to a forward support company that will “collocate” with the Army’s new, modular infantry/armor land combat battalions. This is a serious... Read More
17 Jan 05
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ARMY NON-COMPLIANCE WITH CONGRESSIONAL NOTIFICATION LAW
Current Defense Department regulations, which were established by then-Defense Secretary Les Aspin on January 13, 1994, exempt female soldiers from assignments in smaller direct ground combat (DGC) units that engage in deliberate offensive action against the enemy, and from units that... Read More
08 Dec 04
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