Call me old school or whatever, but I’m not real comfortable with this.
I’m not former military but I try to support those in the field by advocacy.
Am I off base here?
Does this slow down others who are considerably more physically capable? Does it reduce our efficiency? Am I being overly concerned?
How much PC is involved here? Are military leaders urged to talk up the female abilities?
I just want the best folks on the line, and our forces to be as physically formidable as possible.
If the women can do the job at the same level the men can, I would be a lot more comfortable with it.
Me neither. Please see my earlier post. In the end, I think it puts our men in danger. They will be worried about their women in combat and won't really be able to focus.
Because most gentlemen will want to save the lives of the women near them, putting their own lives at risk.
Call me old school or whatever, but any social change in the Armed Forces should only be done after answering the question, how does this change increase the combat capability of the Armed Forces?
If the "powers that be" can't quickly, easily, and logically answer that question, then leave bloody well enough alone.
Women can’t do the job. There isn’t one that I couldn’t take out hand to hand, and I’m way past my “sell-by date”. Feminism is a lie, and it kills. We need to stop the “if they can do the job” blather. Women are as unfit for being infantrymen as they as for being NFL D-linemen. We don’t need “studies” to know these things.
No, the women cannot keep up with the men. And those who want this garbage to occur are intent on destroying the warrior culture
Women should not be in the military. That is all you need to know. Either should faggots and weirdos.