Should women be allowed on the front lines to fight side-by-side with their male counterparts?
L.A. Times 2012/11/28 17:00:00
Since 1994, the Defense Department has formally excluded women from most direct ground combat positions, creating a growing disconnect with the realities of warfare. Marine Capt. Zoe Bedell said she left active duty last year because the policy limited her potential for promotion by failing to officially recognize her combat leadership experience. On Tuesday, she joined a federal lawsuit challenging the blanket exclusion.
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