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Army Policy

Thursday, May 1, 2008

The Army's policy for female soldiers was set in 1992. It allows women to "serve in any officer or enlisted specialty or position except in those specialties, positions, or units (battalion size or smaller) which are assigned a routine mission to engage in direct combat, or which collocate routinely with units assigned a direct combat mission."

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