2 thoughts on “Panetta removes military ban on women in combat, opening thousands of front line positions”

  1. Personally, I think the distinction was blurred starting with Panama. In Iraq and Afghan, the only real distinction was the MOS. Not like there was a “front line” from which the fairer sex had to be cordoned away from.

  2. The intent of placing women in close combat makes a deep sickness in the libtard heart. Women have been killed in war before, but it was because things got away from us, not because we intended to place them in the position of getting killed. Putting women in close combat MOSes, or in MOSes like Field Artillery, where they will be required to do work which is beyond the normal capability of a female body is just sick.

    Any young man that enlists from here on is either desperate or crazy. The Military is about to completely broken down. Lincoln’s work is about to come to full fruition.

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