I'm not sure abut this. It has nothing to do with her being a woman, believe me, but it's about her actual job, providing logistical support for soldiers around the world. It seems to me that women have been doing this sort of work for a long, long time, so why is she being historically honored now? & particularly since she was only appointed to her present position a couple of weeks ago. I don't doubt Lt. Gen. Dunwoody has had a great Army career so far, but I would sure hope this isn't some sort of political ploy from Bu$hCo, or worse, a token appointment. Am I being too sensitive here, or sexist?
Nothing sexist about it - women are as capable as anyone of sending snowshoes to Iraq.
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