Wednesday, June 29, 2011

In the name of the mission

One that we shouldn't have been doing in the first place...

Military.com: Female Special Operators Now in Combat

In a controversial move early this year, the Army created a new avenue for women to serve with front-line combat units in some of the most specialized and covert missions. The so-called "Cultural Support Teams" are attached to Special Forces and Ranger units to interface with the female population to gain vital intelligence and provide social outreach.

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