Yes, and they should be integrated with the males
Yes, but keep their units seperate from male units
No, but women should be given some basic infantry skills beyond basic training
No, women should never serve in a role where they may encounter combat
Damn, those gals are sure good at hiding. I spent two months under the Sea of Japan once, and never did I or anyone else see any women on the ship. Yet here you are claiming they served side by side with us.
One of us us wrong.
Don't have any idea where you got to there from where I posted. Whatever. Fact of the matter is that fewer than ten percent of the structural designers and engineers in the country are female. Many of those females are busy rushing off to Human Resources with every imagined complaint they can think of.
Where the myth that there's no gender based differences in mental abilities is a mystery. The myth that there's no gender based physical competency issues is purest nonsense. Why these too myths should dominate national law to the extent is does is purest corrupt politics.
Women have served in combat zones since I think at least Korea in some capacities. Just because women where not on the sub with you does not invalidate what you quoted.
So, in short words since that appears most effective with those of lower intellect: I dealt with the same criminals, WITHOUT a gun and a badge, and WITHOUT use of force.
See if you can process that in your cephalopod brain.
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