CAMP ZAMA, Japan – The Army is ordering its hardened combat veterans to wear fake breasts and empathy bellies so they can better understand how pregnant soldiers feel during physical training.
This week, 14 noncommissioned officers at Camp Zama took turns wearing the “pregnancy simulators” as they stretched, twisted and exercised during a three-day class that teaches them to serve as fitness instructors for pregnant soldiers and new mothers.
Do people think it's a good idea to push new mothers this way?
Is this good for the child?
Is this good for the army?
“My initial view of the Army was just kind of – we train, we fight,” he said. “But my eyes have been opened up to the family aspects of the Army as opposed to just the single soldier view.”
The Muslim terrorists would be keeled over laughing at this if they read this.
Dear Feminists: an army is a body of people whose job is to learn to wage war. When you're pregnant and nursing, you're not in any condition to do that. Sincerely, Common Sense.
H/T: Oz Conservative,Amnation