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Women in the Military

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Recent news reports about the unprecedented roles of female soldiers serving in Iraq have generated many inquiries about the issue of women in land combat. Should female soldiers be assigned to units that engage in direct ground combat, and if not, why not? Read More
22 Nov 04
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WOMEN IN LAND COMBAT
Selected Findings - 1992 Presidential Commission Following the first Persian Gulf War in 1990-91, Congress considered legislation that would permit women in the military to serve in combat units, starting with combatant aircraft. Following a Senate hearing in July 1991, Congress repealed... Read More
18 Nov 04
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ATROCITIES AGAINST AMERICANS
A new development in the story of former POW  Pfc. Jessica Lynch should give pause to anyone who promotes the assignment of female soldiers in or near direct ground combat units. Read More
06 Feb 04
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JESSICA LYNCH REALITY SHATTERS AMAZON MYTH
It is easy to dismiss former prisoner of war Jessica Lynch as a lightweight in military history.  She was only a 19 year-old, 5’3” passenger in a military vehicle under rocket grenade assault in Iraq, carrying a rifle that jammed before she and several others were captured. Read More
04 Dec 03
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What Really Happened to Jessica Lynch?
After months of secrecy and media diversion, now we know that former prisoner of war  Pfc. Jessica Lynch  was brutally raped by Iraqi thugs, shortly after she survived the horrific ambush of her  507th Maintenance Unit  in Iraq. We need brave women in the military, but no... Read More
10 Nov 03
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COURT DISMISSES LAWSUIT TO INCLUDE WOMEN IN DRAFT...
The Center for Military Readiness is pleased to report that a lawsuit intended to impose  Selective Service  obligations on young women has been dismissed by the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.  1 In an 8-page opinion, U.S. Senior  District Judge... Read More
04 Sep 03
Tags Judicial/Legal Matters, Women in the Military
ENLISTED WOMEN OPPOSED TO COMBAT ASSIGNMENTS
Feminist activists and their friends in the media keep insisting that military women strongly desire the “opportunity” to serve in land combat units.  But is that true? Read More
03 Sep 03
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CMR TOUCHES NERVE AT WASHINGTON POST
Washington Post  reporter Dana Priest, primary author of a June 17, 2003, article regarding former prisoner of war Pfc. Jessica Lynch, has taken issue with the CMR article titled “Did Feminist Bias Distort Washington Post Story on Jessica Lynch,” which was posted on the CMR... Read More
30 Jun 03
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DID FEMINIST BIAS DISTORT WASHINGTON POST STORY ON...
In a June 17 front-page article, the  Washington Post  attempted to clarify misinformation it had previously published in its own self-described “irresistible and cinematic” front page article about rescued prisoner of war Pfc. Jessica Lynch. Read More
24 Jun 03
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UNRESOLVED QUESTIONS: THE MYSTERY OF PFC. JESSICA LYNCH
The Center for Military Readiness, an independent public policy organization that specializes in military personnel issues, hopes that Army officials will investigate and answer the following questions about the ambush of the 507th Maintenance Unit, and the subsequent rescue of Pfc. Jessica... Read More
24 Jun 03
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