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Engage: Why two female officers sued Dept. of Defense to serve in combat
Two female Army Reserve officers recently filed a historic lawsuit against the Department of Defense and Army to allow women to fight in combat.
May 28th, 2012
02:02 PM ET

Engage: Why two female officers sued Dept. of Defense to serve in combat

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  1. Rachel

    okay, if this story is about two female reserve officers, don't put MARINE recruits photo up. We are two different branches and stand up for different things. Put up a picture representing ARMY.

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