Pentagon announces plans to integrate women in combat

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combatWASHINGTON, DC – Move over G.I. Joe, a whole new batch of G.I. Janes could be taking over.

The Pentagon announces new plans to integrate women into front-line and combat roles, including elite combat units such as Army Rangers and Navy Seals.

Right now women are permitted to serve in some hazardous jobs, and many have lost their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan doing so.

According to Pentagon figures, more than 200,000 women are in the active-duty military.

Only time will tell, if women will combat another change in military history.

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