They aren't currently equal between males and males. For instance, if you're over 30, your qualification standards are reduced. Let's fix that, first. But, that might mean that the only people qualified to serve in combat are 24 year old males. Do you see any disadvantages to that? Aside from the fact that they tend to act first and think later?Yes, because if the standards are not equal, the person who has the lower standards is a liability who may just get you killed.
There are multiple variables to all situations.yes, because leaving your partner in the middle of crossfire, is the most sound solution.
Yes, I failed to bring a knife to a gun fight.Nah, you are much more exclusive. You went into a gun fight unarmed.
But many of those killed weren't even in combat.Lets triple that number and average it out. That would be 135,000 (roughly the same number serving in Iraq). average the deaths by 3, thats 15. 15 deaths compared to 314 in iraq that year.
True, but there are similarities.Not even in the same ballpark.
In the cop business? We should compare notes. We probably know some of the same people.nope, but I assist in instructing CQB courses and shoot houses to maintain a skill set with a very notable individual in the business