January 22, 2005

Women in Combat or The Return of the Draft

The Center For Military Readiness has discovered that the army has been using women in positions prohibited by Defense Department regulations. Sherrie Gossett of the Conservative Voice has written:
The documents indicate that the Third Infantry Division based at Fort Stewart, Georgia was ignoring a Department of Defense rule exempting female soldiers from support units that "collocate" or mix with land combat troops.

Rummy and Bush are still saying that our military isn't short staffed. Apparently the army thinks differently.

Over at The Talking Dog, someone commenting on Sy Hersh's article about Iran asked "with Buch and what army?" Here is the answer! Old men, women, and the draft.

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