The Center for Military Readiness has prepared a brief but comprehensive analysis of issues raised when the Obama Administration set in motion a determined, incremental plan to unilaterally abolish military women's exemption from direct ground battalions.
This CMR Policy Analysis explains why the only way to show true respect and support for both women and men in our military, and to preserve tough training standards and sound policy regarding Selective Service, is to codify women's long-standing direct ground combat exemptions:
"Peace Through Strength" vs. Obama World View
National political platforms are important for the insight they provide into the character of party leaders who write and approve them. In both substance and process, differences between the Republican and Democratic National Committee Platforms are consequential and relevant to voters considering the likely direction of the next administration and the 113th Congress.In Tampa, Florida, and Charlotte, North Carolina, both political parties approved platforms that differ on . . . Read More
Strengthening the All-Volunteer Force
Strong Support for Palazzo, Akin, and Huelskamp AmendmentsOn May 9, 2012, the House Armed Services Committee (HASC) approved two amendments to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that would reaffirm the traditional definition of marriage and protect rights of conscience and religious freedom for military chaplains and service members. . . . Read More