Call of Duty

March 2011
Weekly Reader News Edition 4-6;3/11/2011, Vol. 89 Issue 19, p4
The article discusses the debate on whether or not to allow American women soldiers to fight at the front lines. The Military Leadership Diversity Commission has recommended that qualified women deserve to be given equal opportunities as their male peers. The negative argument stated is that women naturally have less strength which may pose a disadvantage to a combat team's fighting capability and heightens the risk of death or injury.


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