Crossing The Lines

McGirk, Tim; Donnelly, Sally B.
February 2006
Time;2/27/2006, Vol. 167 Issue 9, p36
The article discusses the presence of female troops in Iraq. While the United States military officially bars women from combat, they often find themselves involved in firefights anyway. Responding to dwindling recruiting numbers and demands by women's groups for equality, women are now allowed to serve in "supporting" combat roles in Iraq.


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