The branch of the military that has the most women members is the air force. This isÊfollowed by the navy and then the army.
Most military women were nursing the injured. Some women cooked and washed for the soldiers.
Most branches of the military will pay for your college education if you sign with them. This is only for undergraduate though.
Most military schools refer to their students as cadets. Attending one of them makes you a cadet. Military colleges (Texas A&M, VMI, Citadel, VPI) refer to members of the Corps as cadets. ROTC for the various branches may refer to their students as cadets or midshipmen (Navy).
It's the most common in women.
Most likey USA. Marines, Army, Navy, Airforce, and Coast Guard.
Women have been allowed to join the military in most countries for at least 50 years.
Yes, most of the aircraft production workers were women as the men were in the military.
As medical staff.
Most GI Joes are Marines, but there are some others in the other branches of the Military.
Yes, although they do have plenty of competition from other military branches.
No. Most Israeli Arab women are exempt from the military and a number of Orthodox Jewish religious women get exemptions as well. However, all women Secular Jews are drafted.
The most numerous are Welsh and Gaelic, members of separate branches of the Celtic languages.
300,000 women served in World War 2 in both the military, the Red Cross, the USO, and in civilian jobs. Most of them were in the military.
Not in the U.S. Members of the military can drink at 18 on most overseas bases, depending on the local drinking age. The Marine Corp can drink at age 20 in Japan.
The traditional shortage occupations - Motor Transport and Military Police. Going into either MOS in any component in a wartime military is a virtual guarantee of deployment.
No. The Air Force is one of the most powerful military branch in the World. No other military branches has ever defeated the Air Force branch.
Most of them that had military service were in the army. Others were in the navy. George H. W. was a navy pilot at a time when the aif force was not a separate branch of the service.
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In most military forces women can be commissioned officers
Women volunteered for the military, and in most cases, volunteered for Vietnam; nearly all served as nurses.
There's a number of variable heres but in general - Yes, most military organizations require enlisted to salute as a statement of respect and courtesy.
In Orthodox and a few Conservative synagogues, no, men and women are separated. In most Conservative synagogues, as well as Reform, Reconstructionist, Humanist and Jewish Renewal synagogues, yes. All of the latter are classified as liberal branches of Judaism, and all of these branches also ordain women as rabbis.
Because most of the men were in the military services
Most women wait for their loved ones to return home. They cook,clean,wash,and take care of their children.