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This letter is in response to recent letters and editorials regarding women in combat assignments in the American military.

As a veteran with 35 years of duty in the Marine Corps and Navy, I can speak from experience about the wisdom of putting women in combat assignments. It would be foolish, and it would be wrong. Women were made as opposites to men for a valid reason.

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