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As American’s, we are all provided an opportunity to protect and serve our country in some way, if we so choose to. In the past that was not always an option, as the full integration of races and women in the military became the evolutional trend, a woman in the military’s strive for equality in the work place began. The question is, is true equality even possible? In an organization that was once an “all boys’ club” women have been integrated and have in fact made some progression as far as being treated fairly as “brothers in arms”. Some issues still exist however, whether it’s because of the “good ol’ boy” way of thinking, policies that have yet to be overturned, physical demands that just cannot be paralleled, or women taking advantage of rules and instructions put in place because they are women, also should women be allotted specialized treatment when ?
Thesis: Although there is room for improvement on policy and procedures for women serving in the military, because of various differences...