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Women in Combat: Issues for Congress
David F. Burrelli (au)
In approximately 10 years of combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, over 283 thousand female members have been deployed, over 800 have been wounded and over 130 have died. According to the DoD, as of Feb. 29, 2012, over 20,000 female members have or are serving Afghanistan and Iraq. (U.S. forces were out of Iraq as of Dec. 2011.) On numerous occasions women have been recognized for their heroism, two earning Silver Star medals. Women are not precluded from serving in any military unit by law today. Contents of this report: Issue; Background: Ground Combat; Submarines; Recent Commission Recommendations; DoD Review; Should Women be Barred from Combat Positions? This is a print on demand report.
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