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"If I were the last man on the planet to think so, I would want the honor of saying no woman should go before me into combat to defend my country. A man who endorses women in combat is not pro-woman; he’s a wimp. He should be ashamed. For most of history, in most cultures, he would have been utterly scorned as a coward to promote such an idea. Part of the meaning of manhood as God created us is the sense of responsibility for the safety and welfare of our women." - John Piper

"If I were the last man on the planet to think so, I would want the honor of saying no woman should go before me into combat to defend my country. A man who endorses women in combat is not pro-woman; he’s a wimp. He should be ashamed. For most of history, in most cultures, he would have been utterly scorned as a coward to promote such an idea. Part of the meaning of manhood as God created us is the sense of responsibility for the safety and welfare of our women." - John Piper

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Pfc. Janelle Zalkovsky of the Civil Affairs Unit, Battalion, Field Artillery Regiment, Airborne provides security while other Soldiers survey a newly constructed road in Ibriam Jaffes, Iraq, Dec. 2005 (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Charles W. Gill) (Released).

Women Airforce Service Pilots: Bárbara Erickson (left) and Betty Tackaberry (Richter). California, 1943 ~

Women Airforce Service Pilots: Bárbara Erickson (left) and Betty Tackaberry (Richter). California, 1943 ~

WOMEN VETERANS    She Chose to Serve.      Women have never been drafted into the military.  Each, and every one of us, volunteered to serve in the Armed Forces of the United States of America.  Yes, it was a choice.

WOMEN VETERANS She Chose to Serve. Women have never been drafted into the military. Each, and every one of us, volunteered to serve in the Armed Forces of the United States of America. Yes, it was a choice.

The Women's Army Corps (WAC) was the women's branch of the U. S. Army. It was created as an auxiliary unit in May of 1942, then was converted to full status as the WAC in 1943

The Women's Army Corps (WAC) was the women's branch of the U. S. Army. It was created as an auxiliary unit in May of 1942, then was converted to full status as the WAC in 1943

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