91%
Yes
9%
No
78%
Yes
7%
No
11%
Yes, as long as they can pass the same physical tests as men
1%
No, women are not as physically capable as men for combat
2%
Yes, preventing women from serving in combat roles is discriminatory
0%
No, men are more likely to risk the success of a mission in order to protect a women from danger
0%
No, combat roles place women in a high risk situation for sexual assault

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 @4TD8D5Pfrom Tasmania answered…4yrs4Y

 @4TC9BW6from New South Wales answered…4yrs4Y

Israel has show this not only endangers the mission but also the safety of the Operators, Women should be allowed in Military for Supporting Roles and Covert Operations.

Use a Women's strengths don't pretend she is a man.. they have better logistics and management skills but that doesn't blend into Active Duty Squad Management in a FireFight.

 @8FXY5V9answered…4yrs4Y

Providing they pass the physical and mental requirements and standards aren’t dropped for them

 @9J5M5XTanswered…5mos5MO

Women should be allowed in all roles except for front-line combat, as a captured female combatant is at a higher risk for bodily assault than a male soldier.

 @9J2R5TQanswered…5mos5MO

I don't really think anyone should be in the military but I guess if they want to, then sure let women

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