Will the U.S. Army soon have a female Green Beret serving on a U.S. Army Special Forces A-team?
Should we now abandon the ageless lifeboat mantra “women and children first” for the sake of opportunity? To what uncivilized depth can we fall?
Admiral Losey’s memo is the clearest sign yet that BUD/S will soon open its doors to women.
On Tuesday the Ranger Training Brigade on Ft. Benning held an informal ceremony and party to thank and say goodbye to all the female Observers and Advisors that have View More ›
In an abandoned luxury apartment building in Til Kocher, Syria, a group of young women laugh, sing songs, and prepare chai tea for their guests. In the adjacent room is View More ›
The removal of gender restrictions gained momentum in 2011 after Defence personnel were embroiled in a number of high-profile scandals. The scandals and allegations involved the sexual humiliation and denigration of both male and female ADF employees across all three services.
There is a BIG misconception that a Ranger is a Ranger. “I have a Ranger Tab, I’m a Ranger!” Negative! You are Ranger-qualified. Not saying that those who graduate Ranger View More ›
Over the last two decades, the push for greater integration of women into combat-related jobs in the military has gained tremendous ground. The 1994 Direct Ground Combat Definition and Assignment View More ›
I have heard almost every argument detailing for and against women in Special Operations and I promise not to beat a dead horse in this article. The problem with the View More ›
Women are bound for perhaps thousands of combat roles amid a mandated, military-wide integration, but the armed forces’ most coveted jobs — including Navy SEALS and Army Rangers — could View More ›