Thank the gotcha media for bring the issue of Women and the draft to the New Hampshire primary. Granted, my late Aunt was one of the first WACs in the Army, but she enlisted of her own accord and they never considered her for any combat roles. I think they taught her a gas mask and "technically" how to shoot a pistol (I say technically since she was a Texas Lady and I am sure she knew before she enlisted). But to the point, we can debate this subject all we want when we are at peace; its when we are actually in a shooting war that the real acid test of our views will occur. But even before then, before we can even register women for the draft, certain things have to change and I truly don't see anyone making these changes in law.
James N. Gibson
Published Author, Degreed Engineer and amateur Military Historian.