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Women in Combat Syed Raza Fayyaz We have an array of sensors vehicles and weapons that can be operated by remote control or are totally autonomous What difference does the gender of the operator make if she or he is trained in that operation Military planners know that machines will be able to perform many of the most dangerous strenuous or boring tasks now assigned to people A fundamental change in warfare is happening right now Autonomous sentinels on the ground in the air and in orbit are probing with heat detectors radar cameras microphones and other devices Some can even penetrate darkness and bad weather Targets are being destroyed by weapons from pilotless vehicles The rapid shift away from people to automation certainly should not limit the training in this automation to men only Many new devices will be much smaller and lighter making them cheaper more fuel efficient and easier to move Machines are better at tedious tasks that human soldiers find boring like guard duty or CQ Remote technology has to be operated by a real person - but the gender of that soldier sailor or airman should not be in question Women become physicians and surgeons with no restrictions - they are not precluded from performing brain surgery Women become civilian pilots with no restrictions - they are not restricted to lower altitudes or single engine planes Military women pilots are flying combat aircraft - it only took fifty years If women can do so many things then why not she let be on front lines in war Army researchers came up with a new study that concludes that when a woman is correctly Trained she can be as tough as any man The report by the US Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine at Natick MA was led by senior analyst Everett Harman You dont need testosterone to get strong Harman concluded Through a regimen of regular jogging weight training
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