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Criticized for sexism – the commendations for female soldiers in Operation Protective Edge
Commendations for female soldiers in Operation Protective Edge are described as ‘sexist’
Two of the four commendation for female soldiers for the operation, state that ‘they didn’t
lose it’. Male soldiers by comparison were commended for bravery and boldness.
MK Regev ‘These statements are unacceptable in 2015’.
Channel 2 Online, 20/01/2015
IDF presented today medals, decorations and citations for the part of male and female soldier infighting in Operation Protective Edge. But the praise written about them, caused discomfort, due the difference in the commendations written for male and female soldiers.
For example the observations written for NCO, Sergeant Roni Jackson, granted her a letter of
commendation after she recognized the infiltration of terrorists into Israel: her letter states: “Sergeant Roni didn’t lose her head”.
Corporal Noah Teital, also received a letter of commendation after she recognized the
attempted infiltration of terrorists via the sea near the kibbutz. She was given a similar description: “Despite the difficulty inherent in identifying the enemy in a complex area, Corporal Noah Teital didn’t lose herself to panic and called in the commanders”.
The descriptions which talk about female soldiers not losing their senses, are very different from those of the male officers and fighters – which especially mentioned courage on the battlefield. One example states that the officer “led with power,” another officer is described as having “risked his life to return fire.”
Speaking to Channel 2 Online, an IDF officer told of the disappointment in the description of the activities of the female soldiers: “It really makes it sound as if girls should be beside themselves when in a state of warfare. This is part of an old concept but I’m sure there was no intention to harm .
MK Miri Regev, former IDF spokeswoman, said in response to our story, that “we still have to improve, these are statements that should have no place in Israel in 2015. Women have proven that they can integrate into the army operational positions just like men, added medals today amongst the 53 fighters is another proof of that.
“I’m sorry the certificate about the descrpitions received by Noa and Roni , stated that they didn’t lose it “, as if the loss of control is a feature reserved only for women or as if it is just what is expected of them to do in operational situations,” Regev added. “I am proud of soldiers who received a citation, but regret the conceptual gap that still exists in the IDF with regards to gender gender.”
Labor candidate for Attorney Revital Swede responded angrily. “I understood correctly? Male soldiers win medals for heroism, and females for not losing their marbles ?! “she wrote.” To put it mildly it is not appropriate. ”
MK Aliza Lavie reacted : “The decision to describe the heroism of the female soldiers in terms of befuddlement ‘is inappropriate and belittles women soldiers. They are an example to us,” she said. “Unfortunately, this is another example of expressing overt and covert discrimination against women, even in the IDF. Heroism of soldiers is not measured by their success’ not to lose their senses. Not for nothing is not described in the same way the heroism of the male soldiers”.
MK Rachel Azaria also expressed reservations about the wording. “It is good that Sergeant Ronnie Jackson and Corporal Noah Teitel received a citation for their work in identifying a terrorist infiltration and their exemplary conduct in calmly guiding the terrorists to their interception,” she said. “For some reason the authors chose explanations for providing signal words ‘didn’t not lose her temper.’ Better to call it cool. Citations are for calm and courage. Remember that next time. ”
Chairwoman Yifat Zamir said: “I salute Sergeant Roni Jackson and Corporal Noah Teitel who received decorations. But you can not notice the wording the army has chosen to describe the heroism – commended for not freaking out compared to the courage and leading power of the male soldiers. In 2015 we expected IDF Chief to recognize the abilities of women and to abandon the theory more suitable for the late 19th century, that women are inherently prone to hysteria.
Women can be “more effective” than men on frontline says female former war medic from Plymouth
By TRISTAN NICHOLS Dec 19, 2014
A FEMALE former war medic from Plymouth believes women can be “more effective” than men on the frontline.
Chantelle Taylor – who made history becoming the first female British soldier to kill a Taliban fighter in close-quarter combat – was speaking as the Government revealed that women could begin fighting alongside men on the frontline of wars from 2016.
The 39-year-old former Notre Dame pupil told The Herald: “I think they [women] can in some cases be more effective than men.
“For instance if you’re doing a room clearance in Iraq or Afghanistan and there are women present, you have got to be aware of cultural issues.
“You can’t just send men in to these situations.
“These instances – if not handled correctly – can lead to insurgency and a lot of drama later on.
“Women can be very effective in this role.”
But Chantelle, who now works as a senior security adviser in Iraq, did add that women should not be sent to the frontline to “fill quotas”.
“Women should not be sent to the frontline for the sake of it,” added Chantelle author of the book ‘Battleworn: The Memoir of a Combat Medic in Afghanistan’.
“We should not be filling quotas. The operational requirement needs to come before the equal opportunities role.
“If there is a need for women to be in these positions then let’s fill it, but I don’t agree with just putting them there for the sake of it.
“We will be putting women there to fail.”
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has just released findings of a six-month review into women carrying out the role.
The review paper, entitled ‘Women in ground close combat (GCC)’, is recommending a “positive” approach towards the historic move.
It states that a decision is likely in mid-2016.
Female medics currently serve on the frontline alongside men.
However there are no women carrying out combat roles on the frontline.
The aim of the review was to assess the current exclusion of women from ‘ground close combat roles’, to identify the benefits and risks of changing this policy’ and to make recommendations.
It focused on the physiological, physical and health implications for women in frontline roles.
The report states: “The findings suggest Defence should adopt a positive approach towards this question.
“In the meantime Defence should conduct a programme of physiological research to further assess the risks and mitigations to women in GCC roles. This will inform a decision in mid 2016.
“Options for implementation plans are to be driven forward concurrently to ensure momentum is maintained.”
The Army Recruiting and Training Division (ARTD) and the Royal Marines (RM) have submitted potential costs, should the change be introduced.
The report states that ‘infrastructure costs’ could range from a “few thousand pounds up to £20million over 10 years”.
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said he “hopes” to allow women into infantry and armoured units by 2016.
Plymouth Moor View MP, Alison Seabeck said: “It’s a natural progression for women to progress their careers.
“I am pleased the MoD is taking time to look at the physiological effects on female soldiers.
“There is no doubt women are capable but we need to ensure that we don’t soften the training.”
South West Devon MP, Gary Streeter said he has “reservations” about women carrying out the role.
“Most of my reservations arise from conversations I have had with Royal Marines,” he said.
“They have reservations themselves and I think their voice does need to be listened to.
“They have two main concerns; they fear they will feel over protective towards female members of the team which could influence judgement in terms of how they act.
“They are also concerned that standards could be watered down or lowered to enable female soldiers to meet them.
“This is in terms of load carrying or stamina.”
Understand in light of the reality that females are NOT equals the military will LOWER standards to ensure females will be equal mindless killers for the complex…..
All 8 Women Fail To Advance To Next Phase of Ranger School
By Bradley Peniston
May 8, 2015
But all eight, along with 101 male soldiers, earned the right to restart the first training phase next week.
All eight of the women trying to move into the second phase of the Army’s elite Ranger school failed to move ahead to the school’s second, or mountain, phase. However, all qualified to restart the initial, or Darby, phase, Army officials said Friday.
Just under half of the soldiers vying to move ahead did so, according to Gary Jones, a spokesman for the Army’s Maneuver Center of Excellence. Tomorrow, 115 soldiers, all male, will start the mountain phase at Dahlonega, Georgia. Meanwhile, 101 male soldiers will join the eight women restarting the Darby phase at Fort Benning, Ga., on May 14. Thirty-five more soldiers, all men, washed out completely and will return to their units, officials said.
This was the first gender-integrated Ranger course, a one-off experiment launched as part of a military-wide effort to assess the remaining barriers to full gender integration in the military. The two-month course, one of the toughest in the military, began April 20 with 19 female and 381 male soldiers, Army Times reported. Of those, 141 washed out before today’s reckoning.