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Women in Combat
Transcript of Women in Combat
Two servicewomen have been awarded the Silver Star, the military's third-highest medal for valor combat
Women make up 11.4% of OEF and OIF veterans.
Where and how women serve in the military should be based on ability and training, not gender.
Today, more than 350,000 women serve in our military, with some 30,000 in Afghanistan and Iraq.
We had the same fears when African-Americans and homosexuals were allowed into combat. Nothing Drastic happened and the military is still just as effective.
"From my 28 years in the Air Force, I know that service men consider women part of the team" - Brig. Gen. Wilma Vaught - U.S. Air Force (retired) Operation Enduring Freedom Operation Iraq Freedom Yes, Women should definitely be allowed in combat and be treated as equal as men in the armed forces. Presented By: Skye Combs