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    Some say women cannot accurately shoot a gun or that they are not built for combat because of their low stamina and strength, or that they are not worth investing in because of all the time they spend training and teaching females to be as good as their male companions. The role of women in society are changing. Throughout history women have been helping the military through sending care packages to the front lines or by volunteering to train as nurses. Then when education became available for women

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    Women In The Military

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    Women have always played an important role in the U.S Military and continue to, however women did not officially serve in the US military until the Army and Navy Nurse Corps were established in 1901 and 1908. Prior to that time many women served with the armed forces as contracted and volunteer nurses, cooks and laundresses (Scott, 2013). During the Revolutionary, Civil and Mexican Wars, a small number of women were involved in combat, but they had to disguise themselves as men and enlist under

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    ~The Women in the Military~ By: Avery Buenger-5/18/17-6th period Women are very significant in the world. So many of them hold jobs and care for their families. There are becoming more and more women in positions of power within organizations and governments who serve as a major role models for the younger generation. There are so many more benefits of having women in the world. I believe that women should always be able to serve because it benefits the army in

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    Military Women

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    Women have always been an immense asset to the military. According to Martha McSally a professor of National Security Studies and a retiree of the United States Air Force as colonel , “In the Revolutionary War and Civil War, women served not only as cooks, laundresses, and nurses but also as spies and saboteurs. Some, like Deborah Sampson of Massachusetts, also disguised themselves as men and fought in battles” (McSally 153). So, according to Martha women have been secretly integrated in combat since

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    Women in the Military

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    Women have done incredible things within the history of the world. They have proven time and time again that they are equal in just about every way with the opposite gender. However now the question of whether they can or even should fight beside men in combat has come up. Many people think that because almost the whole world has recognized that each individual has all the same basic rights, regardless of their gender or race, that everyone can do the same job equally. This is simply not true and

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    Women in Military

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    Women in the United States have long fought for the right to be included in many facets of society such as the right to vote to breaking into professions like the medical field and getting females elected to major government offices. But one of the most intriguing questions of integration has yet to be fully answered. Apart from all others is the battle to allow women the right, the honor, and the privilege of serving and defending their country as part of the United States Armed Forces. Being in

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    Women In The Military

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    Women have always played an important role in the U.S Military and continue to, however women did not officially serve in the US military until the Army and Navy Nurse Corps were established in 1901 and 1908. Prior to that time many women served with the armed forces as contracted and volunteer nurses, cooks and laundresses (Scott, 2013). During the Revolutionary, Civil and Mexican Wars, a small number of women were involved in combat, but they had to disguise themselves as men and enlist under

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    Women In The Military

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    Akhila’s Part: Stats on Women in the Military: In 2011, out of the nearly 1.4 million active duty force, 14.5% were women, which is approximately 203,000. 203,000 is split into 74,000 in the Army, 53,000 in the Navy, 62,000 in the Air Force and 14,000 in the Marine Corps. They make up 2.7% of the military front line units. It is important to note that while women were barred from infantry (even though that is changing now), they were allowed to serve on gun crews, aircrews, etc. (infantry=foot

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    The role of women in military combat positions has been a long-debated issue. And with more countries like the U. S. allowing women to serve in combat positions; it has made the role of women in the military, a very controversial issue. With many people feeling that women should not be allowed to serve in military combat forces because they lack the physical abilities that men have. But in reality, women have long played an important role in the military and have even had to face enemy fire when

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    Women in the Contemporary British Military Ivana Krupova Title: Women in the contemporary British military Research objectives: The research aims to investigate the critical relationship between the British military and service women. In order to reach these objectives, the researcher analyses the legal policies that recognise that men and women are different, which might also explain the gender based culture of military organisations. Furthermore, the study examines the relationship between

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