That same excuse— fitness — was used for years to keep women out of the service… and then to…
Jessica Orsini

No they won’t. They will spend a great deal of time hanging out at the hospital due to mental and physical health issues. They will be more prone to non deployable status leaving their units to complete missions understrength and people will die because of it. A higher perentage will attempt or actually kill themselves, once again, leaving their units to pick up the slack. The military manpower is stressed enough as it is without having to take on those with such baggage.

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