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[英伦广角] 2015-12-26 巾帼不让须眉 英国女兵将受训上前线

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Women In Close Combat Roles By End Of 2016


The PM says allowing women to fight on the frontline will "finish the job" of lifting "a number of barriers" in the Armed Forces.

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In the 21st century, there are few things that British women are stopped from doing. But certain roles on the front line have remained off limits. It’s not the same everywhere, even the Kurdish Peshmerga have both sexes fighting side by side in Iraq. But within a year, it could all change with women in the U.K. armed forces. Fitness expert Lucy Wyndham-Read was in the army her five years and thinks it’s about time.

“I think women should have the same choice as men. And if it is their choice, they want to be on the frontline, and if they pass all the tests, then they should be allowed to be on the frontline. The majority of women do not have as much upper body strength as men. But we are talking about the average. There are some women that can be exceptionally fit, exceptionally strong, and they are trained for it. And then they are not the average, so they would have the capability. And in many cases actually they can be stronger than a lot of men.”

A review into the policy will conclude in the middle of next year. But the Prime Minister has asked the Ministry of Defense to get ready to allow women to take on the roles.

“Some frontline jobs have been opened to women for the past two decades, for example as medics or in the artillery or the engineers. But what’s been proposed now would leave no role of limits including close combats.”

There are currently 15,550 women in the U.K. regular forces, that’s 10% of the total number. And it stands 94% of RAF roles are open to women, 78% in the Royal Navy and Marines, and just 71% of army posts. The changes will allow women to take on jobs in the Royal Marines, the infantry, the household cavalry and the Royal armored corp. But not everyone with a military past is convinced it’s the right thing.

“I still have some nervousness about women in the infantry and in the Royal Marines. Well, you know, they have to actually advance on the enemy, climb into a trench and fight and kill each other, not because there aren't some women who can do that but I think in general terms, when you are looking at averages, women only have one third less upper body strength.”

In the garrison town of Colchester in Essex, home to the military as far Barracks Roman times, the majority were in favor.

“I think it’s a good idea, because I think it’s stupid that women can’t do the same thing as men.”

“I don’t think women should be brought on the frontline presently, because I think, then I think the men will try to look after the women rather than look after themselves. So it puts them in jeopardy.”

Training is likely to start as early as the autumn. It’ll be one of the biggest shake-ups in British military history. But it seems for most the time seems right.

Emma Birchley, Sky News, Colchester.
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[Homework]2015-12-26 巾帼不让须眉 英国女兵将受训上前线

In the 21st century there are few things British women are stopped from doing, but certain roles on the frontline have remained off-limits, it's not the same everywhere, even the Kurdish Peshmerga have both sexes fighting side by side in Iraq, but within a year it could all change for women in the UK armed forces, fitness expert Lucy Wyndham Read was in the army for five years and thinks it's about time.
I think women should have the same choice as men, and if it's their choice they want to be on the frontline, and if they pass all the tests then they should be allowed to be on the frontline, the majority of women do not have as much upper body strength as men, but we are talking about the average, there are some women that can be exceptionally fit, exceptionally strong and they are trained for it and then they are not the average, so they would have the capability and in many cases actually they can be stronger than a lot of men.
A review into the policy will conclude in the middle of next year, but the Prime Minister has asked the ministry of defence to get ready to allow women to take on new roles.
Some frontline jobs have been open to women for the past two decades, for example as medics or in the artillery or the engineers, but what's been proposed now would leave no role off-limits including close combats.
There are currently 15,500 women in the UK regular forces, that's 10% of the total number, as it stands, 94% of RAF roles are open to women, 78% in the royal navy and marines, and just 71% of army posts, the changes will allow women to take on all jobs in the royal marines, the infantry, the household cavalry and the royal armoured corps, but not everyone with a military past is convinced it's the right thing.
I still have some nervousness about women in the infantry and in the royal marines where you know they have to actually advance and climb into a trench and fight and kill each other, not because some women who can do that, but I think in general terms when you're looking at averages, women only have one third less upper body strength.
In the garrison town of C, home to the military as far back as Roman times, the majority were in favour.
I think it's a good idea, because I think it's stupid that women can't do the same thing as men.
I don't think women should be put on the frontline personally, because I think the men will try to look after the women rather than looking after themselves, so it puts them in jeopardy.
Training is likely to start as early as the autumn, it will be one of the biggest shake ups in British military history, but it seems for most the time seems right.
                                                   
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In the 21st century, there are few things British women are stopped from doing, but certain roles   on the front lines have remained off limits. It's not the same every where, even the Kurdish ** have both sexes fighting side by side in Iraq. But within a year, it could all change for women in the UK armed forces. Fitness expert Lucy * Read was in the army for five years and thinks it's about time.
I think women should have the same choice as men, and if it's their choice they want to be on the front line. and if they pass all the test, then they should be allowed to be on the front line. The majority of women do not have as much upper body strength as men, but we are talking about the average that there are some women that can be exceptionally fit, exceptionally strong, and they are trained for it and they are not the average, so they would have the capability and in many cases actually they would be stronger than a lot of men.
A review into the policy will conclude in the middle of the next year. But the prime minister has asked the ministry of defense to get ready to allow women to take on new roles.Some front line jobs have been open to women for the past two decades. For example, as medics,  or in the artillery or in the engineers. But what's been proposed now would leave no role off limits, including close combats.
There are currently 15,500 women in the UK regular forces, that's ten percent of the total number. As it stands, 94% of RAF roles are open to women, 78% in the royal navy marines, and just 71% of army posts. The changes will allow women to take on all jobs in the royal marines. The infantry, the house hold cavalry. and the royal armored corps. But not everyone with a military past is convinced that it's the right thing.
I still have some nervousness about women in the infantry and in the royal marines, while you know they have to actually advance and climb into a trench, fight and kill each other, not because of some women can do that, but I think in general terms, when you look at averages, women only have one third less upper body strength.
In the garrison town of *, home to the military as far back as Roman times, the majority were in favor. I think it's a good idea, cause I think it's stupid women can't do the same things as men. I don't think women should be put on the front line personally, because I think the men will try to look after the women rather than look after themselves. So it put them in jeopardy. Training is likely to start as early as the Autumn, it will be one of the biggest shake ups in British military history, but it seems for most, the time seems right.
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