End of ban on women in combat draws mixed reactions

The Pentagon's decision allow women in combat positions has drawn widespread praise and some concerns about how the integration will be implemented. Critics of the decision question whether women will be able to handle physical fitness requirements, while supporters note that women have long been performing duties in combat zones.

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