The end of the military's ban on women in combat will likely lead more women veterans to enter the world of entrepreneurship, writes Bill Murphy Jr. "Opening the combat arms to women likely means more women will wind up serving in the military as a whole, so expect to see more female veterans launching new businesses in the years ahead," he writes. In addition, allowing women in combat will pave the way for women to take more leadership roles in the military and in the defense industry, he writes.

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