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(p. 148) Women in Combat 

(p. 148) Women in Combat
(p. 148) Women in Combat

Dawne Vogt

and Amy E. Street

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date: 28 January 2021

Female service members have experienced unprecedented levels of combat exposure in recent U.S. wars. This chapter describes women’s evolving roles in the military, their exposure to stressors associated with their participation in combat missions, and the consequences of this exposure for their readjustment after return from deployment.

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