By Aram Bakshian Jr. - Special to The Washington Times Shares
'burdens' whose best option is to commit suicide. No one's suicide should be treated noble and inspirational," Mr. Kelly said. "We reject this discrimination. Our suicides should be viewed as tragedies like anyone else's."
Gen. Kelly, who commanded troops in Iraq's Anbar province, said that, even though Mr. Carter has vowed standards will remain the same, commanders will be forced to lower them to attain the kinds of female numbers they need in the infantry and special operations.