Author Brian Mitchell debunks the G.I. Jane Deception

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"Women in the Military: Flirting with Disaster is a major counteroffensive in the battle for America's military--which may not be in a position to fight many more battles if the feminists have their way." --Mona Charen, syndicated columnist

Washington, D.C.--Regnery author Brian Mitchell was fired from Coastal Oil Company (Texas) after alleging in his new book that good men are leaving the U.S. military because it has lost its honor code to the lies and myths of military feminists. In Women in the Military: Flirting With Disaster, Brian Mitchell uncovers how feminism has been allowed to trump military readiness and national security--and U.S. military leaders know it. As a military expert, Mitchell offers the most comprehensive and shocking expose about women serving in the military, from Kelly Flinn to Tailhook, from the Aberdeen sex scandals to the continuing turmoil at West Point, Annapolis, and the Air Force Academy. He reveals the truth about:

Brian Mitchell is a former Army infantry and intelligence officer. He worked as a reporter for the Navy Times, and is the author of the highly acclaimed book Weak Link. As an expert on the subject of women in the military, he testified before the 1992 President's Commission on the Assignment of Women in the Armed Forces, and has been a guest speaker at Harvard, the Catholic University of America, and elsewhere. He has commented on military issues for: ABC's World News & Nightline; CBS's Face the Nation; NBC's Today Show; CNN's Larry King Live & Crossfire; and many other television and radio shows.