Several Fort Hood combat units that used to be exclusive to men may soon have a few women in the ranks.
The change, still under review by the Army, is due to a shift in policy that opens up six military occupational specialties to female soldiers and moves to eliminate “co-location” restrictions, which prohibited otherwise qualified women from serving in combat ground units, such as armored or infantry battalions, according to Army and Defense Department news releases.
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