Survey: Should Women Serve In Combat?
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Should Women Serve In Combat?

TOPIC: The Department of Defense and other federal agencies are currently conducting extensive studies to determine the effect of war service on American military women. The study results will be used by military and government leaders to decide if women should assume active combat roles, and if so, to what degree.

Should women be allowed to serve in active combat roles,
infantry, artillery, aviation, etc?
    Yes No

Should anyone who serves in active combat, male or female,
be paid more than those who serve in war zones but in passive
(rear area) jobs that are immune from enemy air, ground or sea attack?
    Yes No

Did you serve, or are you serving, in the U.S. military?
If NO, please skip the remaining questions
    Yes No

If you served, or are serving, which branch?
    Army Navy Marine Air Force Coast Guard Merchant Marine

Did you serve in any of the following areas during hostilities?
    The Gulf WW2 Korea Vietnam Panama Haiti Somalia Grenada Bosnia

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