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Women in the Military

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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THE UNTOLD STORY OF SGT. CASAUNDRA GRANT
Double Amputee Escapes Notice of Women in Combat Advocates Read More
23 Jun 03
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WOMEN SOLDIERS SERVING AT GREATER RISK
The entire nation has been moved by the dramatic stories of three female soldiers captured from a maintenance unit in the early days of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Read More
12 Jun 03
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CLINTON-ERA POLICY CHANGES AFFECT WOMEN IN WAR TODAY
In the early weeks of Operation Iraqi Freedom, three enlisted women serving with the 507th Transportation Unit of the 3rd Infantry Division were captured or reported missing on March 23. Read More
03 Apr 03
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CMR Concerned about Abuse of American Prisoners of War
In a March 24 News Release, Elaine Donnelly expressed outrage and concern for soldiers in the 507th Army Maintenance Battalion who were captured by Iraqi soldiers during Operation Iraqi Freedom on Sunday March 23, 2003. Some of the prisoners, still unidentified, were reportedly killed and their... Read More
24 Mar 03
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NEW DACOWITS CHAIR NAMED
Observers nationwide applauded when the Bush Administration allowed the Charter of the 51 year-old Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services (DACOWITS) to expire on February 28. The 33-member tax-funded advisory committee, primarily composed of civilian women, had come under fire from... Read More
30 Oct 02
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BUSH ADMINISTRATION UPHOLDS LAW AND REGULATIONS EXEMPTING...
The Center for Military Readiness is pleased that the Bush Administration is ending the practice of training women for land combat positions, which was instigated during the Clinton Administration and continued until April of this year. Read More
31 May 02
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DEMISE OF THE DACOWITS
Despite intense pressure from Pentagon feminists and their allies in Congress, the Charter of the Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services was allowed to expire on February 28, 2002. This was good news to the Center for Military Readiness and many influential friends and organizations... Read More
15 Apr 02
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"Military Advisors' Agenda 'Extreme' "
Washington Times Background Report on the DACOWITS Will Bush Defense Department Dissolve Feminist Power Base? . . . Read More
05 Mar 02
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