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Women in the russian navy
A few days ago, I saw the school-boat Perekop and I noticed no women on the boat... That's why I would like to know if there are some women in the Russian Navy ?
Thank you for your answer !
What I know about women serving in the Russian navy is this.
Most women in the Navy serve in support units, communication units or military hospitals.

I am told that in the mid 1980's to 1990 under Soviet times. There was a military service law that provides for voluntary service for women age 19 to 40. Tranined in in the medical fields and other specialites.
Most women are employed in the civilian sector and not in the military or Navy.

I think it is very rare that you would see Russian nevy women aboard a ship.

There are others out here that might be able to answer your question better.. But I hope this info helps you out. smile:)
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Ron Kress wrote:
What I know about women serving in the Russian navy is this.
Most women in the Navy serve in support units, communication units or military hospitals.

I am told that in the mid 1980's to 1990 under Soviet times. There was a military service law that provides for voluntary service for women age 19 to 40. Tranined in in the medical fields and other specialites.
Most women are employed in the civilian sector and not in the military or Navy.

I think it is very rare that you would see Russian nevy women aboard a ship.

Yes, it's all correct. Russian Navy - very conservative organization and until now there is a by-word on the fleet that "if a woman on the board - misfortune would come". smileH-)
Certainly it's differ from democratic principles, but I think that it've other real cause in base - practically a very bad conditions of life on our ships.
women always no.2 , i think it should have allocable a special ship for woman only....so the woman be able to give their own role. because they have capsbility as men
Edited: cindana - 08-12-2009 05:05:41
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cindana wrote:
i think it should have allocable a special ship for woman only

Oh, it's intresting! smile:S:
woman on the board!?? ImageImage
Edited: Sergej Vasilevich - 12-10-2009 00:43:25
Верую,ибо абсурдно.
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Ron Kress wrote:
Russian Navy - very conservative organization and until now there is a by-word on the fleet that "if a woman on the board - misfortune would come"

yes, if she wants to be the only woman in a crew

Here is the model how brutal an undereducated person could be smile:(
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