Co-Ed Combat: The New Evidence that Women Shouldn't Fight the Nation's Wars. by Kingsley Browne.
This new book details all of the reasons why women shouldn't be permitted into the combat arms, and why they should be removed from combat aviation, and combat naval vessels. His book is extremely well-researched and provides minute detail as to the myths surrounding the political decisions to continue to push women into combat arms positions. He presents indisputable physical, psychological, and experiential data that renders the idea of co-ed combat to be ridiculous. He takes several chapters to explain the physical, emotional, and psychological differences between men and women, with regard to combat operations. He then applies those differences to the team-building efforts of the US military, to effectively introduce male-bonding with the introduction of women to a previously all-male institution. He reviews the combat effectiveness of units with women, and provides unmistakable and incontrovertible evidence that this political decision is folly, and will cause unnecessary deaths. This is an excellent book, that provides great detail and in-depth analysis of this inconsiderate decision to push women into combat arms positions in which they are unqualified.