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Last edited by Unregistered; 08-13-2012 at 01:41 PM.
I apologize for not responding sooner, but this is the first chance I've had to review this page due to multiple overseas deployments. Which opinions would you like to see scientific evidentiary in support of, exactly..? A previous post declared that "women work better together than men", and I asked for evidence of that assertion because it defies my personal experience. Since no evidence was forthcoming the default position of disbelief is warranted. If you'd like evidence that "grouping men and women together is seldom beneficial when the requirements of the group are selfless-service, esprit de corps, and combat effectiveness", that is clearly an opinion based on my long years of service and multiple deployments. It is also based on numerous books that attempt to clarify the issues, including: "Women in the Military: Flirting with Disaster" by Brian Mitchell; "Men, Women and War: Do Women belong in the front line" by Martin Van Creveld; "Should Women Be Allowed to Serve in Combat in the U.S. Armed Forces?" by Diane Henninfeld; "Co-ed Combat: The New Evidence That Women Shouldn't Fight the Nation's Wars" by Kingsley Browne; "Women in Combat: Attitudes and Experiences of U.S. Military Officers and Enlisted Personnel" by Laurie M. Porter, and Rick V. Adside; "The Kinder, Gentler Military: How Political Correctness Affects Our Ability to Win Wars" by Stephanie Gutmann; "Weak Link: The Feminization of the American Military" by Brian Mitchell. Each of these books provides excellent data which explains the reasons women should be denied inclusion in US ground combat units. The scientific evidence can be found in these books...you should read them.
Originally Posted by Unregistered
I would provide the statistics of pregnancy, AWOL, desertion, and claims of sexual harassment from previous military endeavors. The statistics from the past years in Afghanistan cannot be provided as they are not available from DOD.