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“No, there are circumstances in which a captured woman can creat a larger incident. More so than a man being captured and could affect especially covert operations.

There is also a special social construct that is created in solely combat oriented groups that when adding a woman to that mix may compromise that social aspect in many different ways. While mixing things up is not bad doing this can lead to a decline is the affectivness of those special units.

I do not believe for one second that woman cannot do the same job as men. But pretending that men and women are the same and the enemy and our own government would react to every situation regardless of the gender of the soldier is unrealistic.”

From a Republican in O'Fallon, MO
In reponse to: Should the military allow women to serve in combat roles?

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