Exclusive: Marines to release study questioning women’s role in combat – CSMonitor.com

Washington — An experimental Marine Corps study obtained by the Monitor has concluded that units with both men and women are less effective than all-male units.The results of the experiment, known as the Ground Combat Element Integrated Task Force (GCEITF), could be used by the Marines as grounds to ask for an exemption to the combat exclusion policy, which currently bars women from taking part in direct combat. The services have until January to open all jobs to women, or ask Pentagon leaders for an exemption by October.

Source: Exclusive: Marines to release study questioning women’s role in combat – CSMonitor.com

None of this is any surprise to anyone. But the Obama administration will simply wave its hands and downplay this, and force the services to waste time, money, and American blood on integration.

6 thoughts on “Exclusive: Marines to release study questioning women’s role in combat – CSMonitor.com”

  1. The only surprise is the candor and honesty. Will be interesting to watch the repercussions of such politically incorrect realism.

  2. Hopefully the CSM will link a PDF of the study they “obtained” instead of just telling us what the Cliff Notes said.

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