Time has come to end military-exclusion policies for women

01/2/2013 | Center for American Progress

Military policies designed to keep servicewomen from the front lines of battle have been rendered moot by tactics employed by insurgents in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the time has come to end the combat-exclusion policies in force, write Katie Miller and Lindsay Rosenthal of the Center for American Progress. The current policies ignore current battleground realities and adversely affect servicewomen's career options and their ability to access veterans' benefits.

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