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The USMC Decides Having Women Infantry Officers Is More Important Than Lives

One of the big travesties of the Obama administration was its direct war on combat efficiency of military units. Particularly, the decision to assign women to combat arms units–and to allow female officers in the combat arms–is one fraught with consequences that will be paid in blood. All along the way we were told “oh, no, the standards won’t change.” We all knew that was | Read More » The post The USMC Decides Having Women Infantry Officers Is More Important Than Lives appeared first on RedState.
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