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Women To Serve On Submarines

Sixteen years after the Navy began allowing women to serve on surface ships, the U.S. military has decreed that women will serve on submarines by 2012. What do you think?

  • "The first of those women will have their pick of pallid, hollow-eyed men attuned to sonar beeps."

    Chris Nix
    Mine Operator
  • "The first thing I hope they do is paint. The Ohio class has such a drab interior hull."

    Svetlana Terry
    ASL Translator
  • "The Danish have had female submariners since the 1980s, and their Navy sucks."

    Craig Jackson
    Staffing Specialist
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