my point exactly wardmaster -- "I do think there is a place for mother's in the forces yes, and I think they should be treated no different to men in the forces with children...... "wardmaster said:This is one of those media favourites; women in the Armed Forces. Why not ask the question; "Should a father join the Navy?" Children need fathers just as much as they need mothers. Women are equal, let's treat them as such instead of a race apart. The press are ignoring the 14 men involved in this situation.
Because 'the man' is now pulled of his duties to look after the brat and some other poor sod has to stand in.brazenhussy said:
there was a lass in my sqaud in Raleigh in 92 who was a mother; she'd been in, had to leave on pregnancy but then joined back up again when her daughter was about 4 if I remember. She was re-joining as a nurse and I remember her doing very well in training. Don't know what became of her; I hope she did well.higthepig said:But they`re not Mothers when they join up, are they?
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