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Wheelman
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Re: Regarding women in combat

#235309 1 year, 6 months ago
gvanman wrote:
OK, so you don't want the military to begin to put women in combat. The beginning has begun at least 22 years ago that I know of.

22 years ago, huh???
prove it....


you've got to back up your claims....

I know women in the military were in supporting roles. like logistics...
you probably mean "combat supporting roles")

but they weren't part of the tip of the spear...


so prove me wrong...
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funky420
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Re: Regarding women in combat

#235311 1 year, 6 months ago
Wheelman wrote:
gvanman wrote:
OK, so you don't want the military to begin to put women in combat. The beginning has begun at least 22 years ago that I know of.

22 years ago, huh???
prove it....


you've got to back up your claims....

I know women in the military were in supporting roles. like logistics...
but they weren't part of the tip of the spear...


so prove me wrong...


He already said he served in Kuwait with women in combat zones. I don't think he needs to lie about that.
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Wheelman
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Re: Regarding women in combat

#235312 1 year, 6 months ago
funky420 wrote:

He already said he served in Kuwait with women in combat zones. I don't think he needs to lie about that.


combat zones??????????


nobody's disputing that...
HELL!! even Eisenhowers Secretary accompanied him into theatre's of operations....
hahahahaha.....
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gvanman
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Re: Regarding women in combat

#235313 1 year, 6 months ago
Wheelman wrote:
Dire Wolf wrote:
Well we don't have a draft right now and enlistment in the us is optional though it is required to register with the federal government when you turn 18. So I don't see how they are not being given a choice? Its a slippery slope when you start denying a portion of citizens in a country privileges that are given to half the population. That just feels like its setting all of us up for a future I don't want to be a part of.


well "a womens choice" might be the official line the military will use...
but you can be damn sure, they'll be pressured into going where ever there's a shortage of personnel...


OK, lets just not pay them combat pay even though they are being "pressured into going where ever there's a shortage". Lets not give a shit. Lets continue to pay them non-combat pay. Thats the answer, Right?
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Re: Regarding women in combat

#235314 1 year, 6 months ago
@wheelman
What exactly is the point you are trying to make? I think you just want to argue with people. I'm done I've made my point .
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gvanman
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Re: Regarding women in combat

#235315 1 year, 6 months ago
[quote="Wheelman" post=235309]gvanman wrote:
OK, so you don't want the military to begin to put women in combat. The beginning has begun at least 22 years ago that I know of.

22 years ago, huh???
prove it....


Your wrong. I do not have to back my claims. I know it because I worked side by side with them. If you do not think that a Navy Corpsmen in the field with the Marines is combat situation, you no nothing at all. And these females were right there with me. I don't need to prove anything to anyone. It's really sad that you are so closed minded on the fact they they are already there. Hey, ya wanna buy a bridge?
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Wheelman
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Re: Regarding women in combat

#235316 1 year, 6 months ago
gvanman wrote:

OK, lets just not pay them combat pay even though they are being "pressured into going where ever there's a shortage". Lets not give a shit. Lets continue to pay them non-combat pay. Thats the answer, Right?


I already stated like 4-5 pages ago, I believe in equal pay for equal work....

(sheesh) Am I the only one not stoned around here?

you folks need to get on the sobriety train, it's pullin out of the station any time now...

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Re: Regarding women in combat

#235317 1 year, 6 months ago
If you think that a Navy Corpsman is a "supporting role" for the Marines you again are wrong. Here's a fact for you: The military job, including grunts, that has the MOST posthumously awarded Medal Of Honor's is the Navy Corpsman saving the lives of Marines on the battlefield. FACT. But I guess I imagined those fermale Corpsman working with me on the battlefield. It must have been the heat.
Wheelman
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Re: Regarding women in combat

#235319 1 year, 6 months ago
funky420 wrote:
@wheelman
What exactly is the point you are trying to make? I think you just want to argue with people. I'm done I've made my point .


naa, i dont want to argue...
i guess im just a traditional person, who believes men should do the fighting in war for the most part..
sure women can support the cause, but the battlefield itself, should be reserved for men...
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Re: Regarding women in combat

#235321 1 year, 6 months ago
But why?
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Re: Regarding women in combat

#235322 1 year, 6 months ago
Still Takin it Weirder wrote:
Wow Wheelman maybe the world is coming to an end. I concur with Dire Wolf


Its going to hell in a handbasket buddy!!!
Wheelman
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Re: Regarding women in combat

#235323 1 year, 6 months ago
gvanman wrote:
If you think that a Navy Corpsman is a "supporting role" for the Marines you again are wrong. Here's a fact for you: The military job, including grunts, that has the MOST posthumously awarded Medal Of Honor's is the Navy Corpsman saving the lives of Marines on the battlefield. FACT. But I guess I imagined those fermale Corpsman working with me on the battlefield. It must have been the heat.


Ah, & so they didnt actually pick up a weapon & charge the enemy, like I been saying.

but instead, brought the combat personnel, i.e. men-folk, cookies & milk during battle intermissions..
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