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Old 07-25-2020, 06:36 AM
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Default Are most African-Americans qualified to serve in the U.S. Military?

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FOIA via Judicial Watch. Reminds me of a repeat of McNamara's MORONS and Tom Chittum stories on Tree Jumpers in military.



Obtained July 15, 2020 Tagged: Defense Equal Opp Mgt budget pg 146
Defense Equal Opp Mgt pg 146

Obtained via FOIA by Judicial Watch, Inc.
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DEOMI
Prejudice and Discrimination
January, 2015
a. Testing – Tests used to measure the academic standing of students that may have inherent cultural bias.
b. Textbooks – School boards select textbooks. Many textbooks presently in use provide little or no information on minority groups, their minority histories, and contributions that minorities have made to American culture.
c. Teacher Testing/Hiring - Historically minorities have lower scores than the majority on teacher qualifying tests, and thus, do not qualify for teaching positions.
5. Impact on the Military: Individual
a. Individual Recruitment - Based on gender, test scores, education level, moral waivers, and regional recruitment.
b. Retention - Some career fields are closed to women.
6. Impact on the Military: Unit
a. Unit Readiness - In the Navy during the Civil War, African Americans were restricted to positions of servants, cooks, assistant gunners, or powder boys. During WWI, Filipinos (who were denied U.S. citizenship) served in the Navy as cooks, waiters, pantry-men, dishwashers, custodians, bed-makers, and valets.
b. Mission Effectiveness - Statistics show Whites are the majority in senior leadership
positions (i.e., flag officers, general officers, and Senior Executive Service) and lend itself to the perpetuation of racism. What appears as discriminatory is that the
percentages of non-Whites and females in military high ranking positions are
significantly lower than the general population.
F. Categories of Prejudice and Discrimination
The following category descriptions were taken from the U.S. Equal Opportunity Employment Commission:
1. Race discrimination
This involves treating someone (an applicant or employee) unfavorably because he/she is of a certain race or because of personal characteristics associated with race such as hair texture, skin color, or certain facial features.
2. Color discrimination involves treating someone unfavorably because of skin color
complexion.
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Old 07-25-2020, 06:42 AM
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About The Military Criminal History Moral Waivers

https://www.thebalancecareers.com/mi...aivers-3354042

Moral Waivers . If you need a waiver, that means you are ineligible to join the military. The waiver is the process of you asking the service to make an exception in your particular case. The recruiter is the first step. Only a military recruiter can initiate a moral waiver request. Keep in mind this is the recruiter's decision, not yours.
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