Surely, gender is not the main factor to decide that who can do good job in military because women can be a good sodier in some duties. Besides, women should be allowed into combat because of the following reasons: women can do good at leadership position, increasing more jobs for women today and women can do some specific jobs that male can not complete. First of all, women can do good at leadership position. In the past decades, women did not allowed to join in high positions such as: CEO, boss, manager or they could not allowed to run for president because women are emotional. In addition, people thought that women are too sensitive when they face to problems so they often solve the problems by their heart than their mind.
First, many women want to serve their country and fight for it, rather than serve in behind the scenes functions. Second, because women do not serve in active combat roles in many areas of the armed forces, they do not face the threat of a draft, and many people feel that is unfair. More importantly, women in the military face several challenges their male counterparts do not face, such as pregnancy, menstruation, sexual harassment, the need to leave children at home for long periods of time, and gender issues. These issues can create emotional and physical barriers to a woman's performance, and they are perhaps the most contentious problems with women in the military. In recent months, I have had a chance to catch up with one of my neighbors who has just returned from her tour of Iraq.
It is nonsense that the ban that prevents women from serving in combat battles has just recently been lifted. The government should be ashamed of themselves, especially after the tremendous effort women committed in the 1800's and 1900's to receive equal rights as men. Women are just as capable to succeed in combat, physically and mentally. The people who are against lifting the combat ban are sexist and blinded by their pomposity. They do not see how women serving their country will effect the battlefield in the most excellent ways.
Although the author gives some credibly evidence but the author fails to mention is that this example might be only a few woman get high –stress or they can not concentrate so that lead to some accidents happening. Moreover, in recent day, woman often works some jobs and getting high positions such as Doctor, engineer, and Psychologists so if they get high – stress how women can do this jobs. Thus, the author need to consider about this ideas because this ideas was thinking bias viewer. In conclusion , the article “ No women in Combat”, Darren Gaves gave reasons why women can not serve in army. Women do not have mentally tough enough to survive and physically strong enough that is 2 reasons to convince the reader that the author offers.
Brinley Bruton, Staff Writer. This article also supports women in combat arms giving examples from other militaries and how they are constructed and how we should better our military by replicated their procedures. Though are we not a World Super Power should we not be the standard-bearers for military discipline and structure. It also should be known that by giving excuses to why women will or should not be allowed in combat arms is keeping this incorrigible proposition in place. Through media now Soldiers in Combat arms units will likely receive females differently because of how it has been portrayed, due to how they are supposed to respond instead of how they really feel.
Tran Trung Thao S3324298-G2 Final Draft Critical response to the article “No Women in Combat” After catastrophic wars, there was a huge amount of people that was mostly from military died to protect their countries and people lives for a beautiful future. Therefore, everyone can seem to feel the pains and agonies of the military, so calling women for the military service may be more likely unsatisfactory. This is also the reason for the appearance of the article “No Women in Combat” by Darren Graves from the Union of Military Men. The author shows three main points to prove that women are not fit to be in combat and some facts to supporting his ideas. The article is presented well with strong arguments but there are also some points that are needed to improve.
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