Women On The Front Line

by Kylia Moore

Whats The Issue?

Most females agree that women can survive on the front lines of war. They are just as powerful as a male and they are over and above, to put their life on the line and to abandon half the things most women dream about to protect our freedom! If they can push just as much weight as a man than why keep them away from that? So therefore

Women on the front line is not a problem. If a man can fight for our country, why can't a woman. "Women soldiers should be allowed to fight close with men for the first time" Farmer, Ben. "Htpp://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/defence/11276819/Women-soldiers-to-serve-in-front-line-combat-units.html." The Telegraph.N.p.,05 Dec. 2014.Web.06 Sept.2015. Many sources agree that women should be allowed on the front line.


Before the opening of World War 1 the normal paid female jobs were to be a housewife, servants, clothing and, nursing. For Example, countries such as Australia, New Zealand and many other Scandinavian nations women were given the right to vote. Other than that women were usually involved in the political process. Because females participated in the war effort countries such USA, Canada, Great Britain and many numerous European countries. Enlarged suffrage to women in the years after the first World War.

Speaking Out

There are female servicemembers who have proven themselves to be physically, mentally, and morally capable of leading and executing combat-type operations; as a result, some of these Marines may feel qualified for the chance of taking on the role. In the end, my main concern is not whether women are capable of conducting combat operations, as we have already proven that we can hold our own in some very difficult combat situations; instead, my main concern is a question of longevity. Can women endure the physical and physiological rigors of sustained combat operations, and are we willing to accept the attrition and medical issues that go along with integration? – Captain Katie Petronio, US Marine Corps, served in combat in Afghanistan and Iraq

Equality In Gender

As long a an competitor is qualified for a role, a person's gender is capricious. "Women In Combat Pros And Cons." Sisters In Arms. IDEA, n.d. Web. <http://sistersinarms.ca/history/women-in-combat-pros-and-cons/>. Females are easier to recruit because many are in better shape than males. Training standards and recruitment are attainable for women. Extra pre-training for building muscles could be used to reduce women injury rates. Allowing women and men force keep the military power. In some cases women are more effective than men in certain circumstances.