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Britain lifts ban on women in front line combat army roles: Should all armies around the world allow women to openly serve?

  • Yes they should

    Britain has lifted the ban on women in front line army roles. Armies around the world should allow women to openly serve, however, I believe that all restrictions shold be made exempt. Currently women have less of a margin of failure with regards to entrance fitness tests. Women should have to complete the same tests. If some women can't complete the same tests as the men, then they shouldn't be on the front line.

  • Yes, armies should allow women to openly serve.

    Modern armies should allow women to serve openly in combat roles. Many women are just as qualified (physically and mentally) as the men that serve in combat roles. As long as a woman can meet the same physical requirements and pass the same qualifications, then she should be allowed to serve alongside men in the armed forces.

  • Yes, women should be allowed to serve in the armed forces.

    Yes, armies around the world should allow women to openly serve. There are many women, just as there are many men, who are fully capable of serving on the front lines of battle in combat army roles. As long as any human can make it through the rigorous training, physically and mentally, he or she should be able to serve and protect their country if they feel compelled to do so.

  • Women should be allowed to serve in the military

    Britain has joined America in allowing women to serve on the front lines of combat. This is incredibly progressive and I wholeheartedly support it. Time and again women have proved that they are more than capable of doing things men can. Women also have a much higher pain tolerance than men do, which comes in handy for combat.

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