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Army Battalion Adjutant 2nd Lt. Kelsey Davis describes  the personnel, casualty and replacement portions of a simulated combat scenario during a combined arms rehearsal at Peason Ridge during the Joint Readiness Training Center's 16-04 rotation on Fort Polk, La., Feb. 12, 2016. Army photo by Capt. Richard Packer

Do you know a woman who served in combat? Check out this article on how combat may affect psychological health.
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Photo: Students assigned to Infantry Training Battalion practice basic marksmanship techniques on Camp Geiger, N.C., Sept. 26, 2013. The students are part of the first ITB company to include female Marines as part of ongoing research into opening combat-related job fields to women. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Tyler L. Main/Released)

Fifteen female Marines are making history on Camp Gieger, N.C., as the first women to ever attend Marine Corps infantry training.
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The Department of Defense is moving forward with its plan to allow women to serve in roles that were previously closed to them.
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File photo: President Barak Obama. Defense Department photo by Erin A. Kirk-Cuomo

President Barack Obama calls for an end to sexual violence and support for victims and survivors of rape and sexual assault.
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The story of Afghan Uniformed Policewoman Noora Hyatt. Capt. Hyatt is one of the few female Afghan Uniformed Police in the rural district
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