Norway is the first country in the NATO Alliance, where military service is compulsory not only for men but also for women... And it is made to respect the principle of gender equality. See the beautiful half of the Norwegian army.
Norway is a country where there is a constant struggle for gender equality. In accordance with local laws, the Board of Directors of at least 40% must be women. And the government women own half of Ministerial portfolios.
Field exercises. (Photo: Hæren / Forsvarets mediearkiv)
According to the Norwegian politicians, rights and responsibilities should be exactly the same for all. And the army should have access to the best resources, regardless of gender.
Beautiful half Norwegian army. According to Bloomberg, all women who were born in 1997 and later will be required to serve in the armed forces of Norway. (Photo: Vetle Hallås / Forsvarets Mediesenter)
Soldier military ship KNM Valkyrien. (Photo: Morten Opedal / Sjøforsvaret / Forsvarets mediesenter)
Still in military service in the Norwegian army for women was on a voluntary basis.
Girls serve and aboard minesweepers KNM Otra. (Photo: Frederick A. Bakken / Sjøforsvaret / Forsvarets mediesenter)
One of the candidates in the recruitment process in the Norwegian army. (Photo: Didrik Linnerud / Hæren / Forsvarets mediesenter)
The Norwegian army has to be "gender neutral" — think the policy of that country. Innovation is not all had to taste, his opponents believe that physical inequality does not change. (Photo: Hæren / Forsvarets mediesenter)
Military parade. (Photo: Mats Grimsæth / Forsvarets mediesenter)
Women served in all branches of the armed forces of Norway without exception. (Photo: Torgeir Haugaard / Forsvarets mediesenter)
The women in the army, introduced in 2016, and the draft age is prior to the expiration of 44 years. (Photo: Mats Grimsæth / Forsvarets mediesenter)
Initial military training. (Photo: Hæren / Forsvarets mediesenter)
In Norway, women are able to volunteer for military service since 1976. (Photo: Mats Grimsæth / Forsvarets mediesenter)