October 2013
Wilson Quarterly;Autumn2013, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p77
The article discusses U.S. women military personnel in combat during the early 21st century, frequently referencing the article "What Women Bring to the Fight" by U.S. Colonel Ellen L. Haring, which appeared within the Summer 2013 issue of the periodical "Parameters." An overview of women soldiers' participation in the Iraq War of 2003-2011 and the Afghan War of 2001 is provided.


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