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Never before have women gained as much equality as they are gaining now Slowly since the women right movements they have moved into various area that were once totally foreign to them such as politics economy and business A question then arises whether or not women can joint and measure up to their male counterparts in the field of military as they do in other fields People tend either to agree or disagree on this issue Some who doubt womens ability dont know where to stand and take a middle position Personally I am of the opinion that female military personnel are not as effective as male military personnel As far as physical strength is concerned women are far from equal to men We all know that the first and foremost requirement to do military service is a good health This is the place where your muscles count the most However women in general are not strong enough to put on their slim figures the heavy ammunitions let alone to carry them along to the battle fields In addition they can hardly stand the extremely adverse conditions in the real battle fields where all you face are just guns and bullets fire and smoke blood and flesh Such terrible conditions will surely discourage most women on their very first experience I believe The second point is that women lack the emotional strength to be a solder Naturally women are touchy and sensitive They cannot be as courageous and fearless as men to kill the enemy without mercy And they will never be Is it possible for a women to see her fellow falling down beside her soaked in blood Is she strong enough not to shed tears and carry on fighting I doubt it The bloodshed scenes of the battle merely on TV can move women to tears not to mention those happen before their very eyes It is really hard to imagine what will
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