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Female Soldiers Sue For The Right To Fight On The Front Lines

Two female soldiers filed a lawsuit yesterday arguing that they have the constitutional right to fight on the front lines in combat. U.S. Army reservists Jane Baldwin and Ellen Haring say that the Constitution’s guarantee of equal protection if the law ensures that they cannot be discriminated against when it comes to combat duty. The [...]
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Two Female Soldiers Sue for Right to Enter Combat Positions

United States / New York : Daily Intel (3 years ago)

U.S. Army reservists Jane Baldwin and Ellen Haring filed a lawsuit against Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and Army Secretary John McHugh on Wednesday that seeks to end the U.S. military's ban on women in serving in combat roles. The... Read Post

Female Soldiers Challenge Combat Ban

US Politics / Liberal : Drudge Retort Weblog (3 years ago)

Two female officers in the Army Reserve have filed suit against the Department of Defense to overturn policies banning women from combat roles. Command Sgt. Maj. Jane Baldwin and Col. Ellen Haring claim it is unconstitutional to exc... Read Post

Female Soldiers Sue Military Over Combat Restrictions

News : The Inquisitr - News (3 years ago)

The U.S. Military was sued on Wednesday by two female soldiers who claim that the military’s restrictions on women in combat violate their constitutional rights. Army reservists Command Sergeant Major Jane Baldwin and Colonel Ellen ... Read Post

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