Chicks Doing Hand-To-Hand Combat

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Women, hand-to-hand combat a chance to do that? Well thats what they are saying, this is an interesting pocket of news about the war and how rules are changing out in the field, equality has made a lot of changes around here, find out what they are over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. R.F.Wilson covers all London bases. And opens the lid on the other side of the brotherhood opening up new opportunities, everyone knows this stuff and more and more people are getting in on the action, find out how women's acting roles have changed the way the British armed forces do business and find out how the men are coping with these transitions. Find out all this and more over the main website. The article focuses on an article published recently about an English Women living in the UK and how years ago as an acting Air Vice Marshall climbed the ranks. This is the first example of female hand-to-hand combat submitted to put emphasis on the point that has leading up to the infrastructure we see today. On the other side of the story todays article turns this around and imagines the young woman fighting for there country and beliefs on the other cheek. Imagine this the same thing happens in the Taliban, in Saudi Arabia and other countries least likely because of culture to embrace these world changes. Who's to say these things would not work out for them too. That and a lot more over on Stirring Trouble Internationally a news based website commenting on current affairs and entertaining subjects that make you pause for a moment and think. Ever since Emily Pankhurst this topic has fascinated magazines around the UK. The topic of Afghanistan or Iran have taught us a lot of whats possible. The possibilities opened up now because of the trails went through why not vote for a  President of Afghanistan anything is possible and the imaginative variables of this subject are endless lets engage and explore more, to get you started have a read over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. Hand-to-hand combat on the front line. What chick would turn down a chance to do that?

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