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Claire Russo

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International Affairs Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, currently working at the Institute for Inclusive Security, an organization that advocates for more inclusive peace processes throughout the world

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About 16 percent of America's military is now composed of women. In Iraq, more than 130 have been killed, more than 800 wounded.

Women on the Front Lines

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During the Iraq war, an Army medic ran through gunfire to rescue wounded comrades, earning a Silver Star. But one rescued man said she should never even have been there.

Should Women Soldiers Be Assigned to Combat?

During the Iraq war, an Army medic ran through gunfire to rescue wounded comrades, earning a Silver Star. But one rescued man said she should never even have been there.

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