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    Women In Combat

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    their combat responsibilities in order to protect the women fighting beside them. This made their units less effective and exposed them all to greater risk. Both the Soviets and the Germans later barred women from serving in combat. It is man's role to risk his life on a battlefield not a woman's. A woman's role is to support the man fighting in combat, whether it is serving as a soldier herself in a supporting role or staying home and caring for their family. A woman participating in combat is a

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    Women in Combat

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    with my Life” (Huguley, 2009, p.1). The word “Airmen” is gender neutral in the creed; yet, women who want to serve in combat roles are still denied the privilege. Now is the time for the all military branches of service to change both their views and policies regarding women in combat. This paper will explore the need for the military to change its views on women serving in combat roles, the arguments both for and against the change, and recommendations on how the change is a positive improvement

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    Without weapons there would not even be a revolutionary war. Weapons were very essential for both sides of the war, but mainly America’s side because without weapons we would not have gained our independence. Without weapons how could you kill the enemy? I will be talking about different weapons used in the Revolutionary war and how the specifically worked Such as: long range rifles, the sabre, the musket, pistols, and cannons. I will also be talking about how they benefits in the revolutionary

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    Women in Combat

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    I believe women should not be in combat. Guys are more physically dominant in fighting in war. The women should just be able to clean and cook and just work around the house. You must have physical strength to fight and men have that more than women. It has nothing to do with brains, or patriotism, or dedication to duty. It’s a life-and-death issue, and that’s why I think women should not be in combat. Women can be nurses, or office staff at the military. It was proven that only one woman out of

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    Women in Combat

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    Women in Front Line Combat When it comes to combat assignments and the needs of the military, men take precedence over all other considerations, including career prospects of female service members. Female military members have been encouraged to pursue opportunities and career enhancement within the armed forces, which limit them only to the needs and good of the service due to women being not as “similarly situated” as their male counterparts when it comes to strength or aggressiveness, and are

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    Metal Storm

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    Metal Storm What is Metal Storm? Metal Storm is a revolutionary type of ballistics technology, utilizing electrical impulses to fire projectiles, rather than conventional mechanical impulses. These weapons have no moving parts aside from the projectiles themselves. The bullets are stacked on end in the barrel, separated only by a thin layer of propellant. A small electric current passing through the barrel ignites the propellant, firing the bullet from the barrel. To prevent one layer

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    The Game of Runescape

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    of Runescape For many, the world of Runescape is an unfamiliar world. Runescape involves many players in a medieval world of ghosts, goblins, and dangerous dragons. By fighting these monsters, characters can level up and get stronger. Each combat level that a player acquires increases his or her character’s strength by one point. People outside this discourse community would have a difficult time trying to understand everything that is going on in this internet game. Even people playing

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    Women in Combat

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    Women In Combat “Out here, there is no male gender and no female gender,” says Staff Sgt. Vincent Vetterkind, a squad leader of a mixed-gender combat unit. “Our gender is soldier” (Nordland). Until recently, combat had been widely considered a “male only” activity. Despite this notion that men are better suited to combat than women, women have always played a significant role in war. With advancements in technology, and the need for more combat soldiers because of the global war against terrorism

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    fought many battles and bore great trust into his prominent sword.  "`Now give me my spear.'  Then the King got his spear in his hands and ran towards Mordred."  The mighty Arthur depended largely upon weapons as an alternative to hand-to-hand combat.  "He behold that noble sword - That the pommel and the haft was all preious stones."  The distinguished Excalibur was carried and shown with dignity.  Immense care and respect was imposed into the weapons of the king.  The noble King Arthur

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    Did you know that Deborah Gannett Samson was one of the first American women soldiers? Deborah was from Plymouth, Massachusetts and in 1782 she enlisted in the military under the name of her deceased brother, Robert Shurtleff Samson. This just tells us how greatly she wanted to fight for the freedom of her country and the civilians who wander the earth. Samson served in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary war. During Deborah’s 17 month tenure, she was injured two times. In their article

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