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Discussion in 'US Military Services' started by anticentipede, Jul 11, 2008.


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    3/325 Infidel Artist

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    It's not a pro-military (patriotism) site, it's a petition site to keep gays out of the military (political). When I was in, it was don't ask/don't tell. If that's still true, it doesn't equate to open enrollment for gays; it just means "keep your mouth shut".

    I'm no fan of openly supporting homosexuality in the military. Men and women still have separate barracks/quarters for a reason. If homosexuality is supported, then they may as well make all living facilities co-ed.
     
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    Marine8541 iseedeadpeople

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    I have news for you... Co-ed has been going on for years now in MOS that aren't gender exsclusive.
     
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    3/325 Infidel Artist

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    So men and women bunk together in the same room?

    Now I'm sorry I got out.
     
  4. Jeff82

    Jeff82 NRA Benefactor CLM

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    Last I knew (dated info) males and females would be in the same building but there would be a seperate area or floor for the females. Seeing the new style buildings (similar in design to a "outside door" hotel/motel) I've no idea. I'd imagine in those there are no restrictions as to what sex gets what room.

    I'm sure there is still plenty of "bunking together" regardless of the (ever decreasing) regulations.
     
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    CPT_CRUNCH P.O.W.

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    men and women dont bunk in the same rooms. barracks/quarters are more like college dorms now. you might have the opposite sex living next door or down the hall. but once again there is no co-habitation of the opposite sex in the same rooms.
     
  6. JimBianchi

    JimBianchi Da Da CLM

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    At least not officially!

    I saw lots of co-habitation and even some co-co-habitation...
     
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    Marine8541 iseedeadpeople

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    Depends where you’re at. On my second tour when I was at the evac hospital in Baghdad the med unit had several Docs of both sexes sharing rooms. I also saw entire platoons of support troops sharing open squad bays in Uzbekistan. I won’t even mention accommodations during the initial invasion. BS that they don’t share rooms. What happens in the States is a whole lot different than what happens over seas.