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Ending Combat Ban More Change In Thinking Than In Reality

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In the wake of the Pentagon lifting a ban on women in combat, host Rachel Martin speaks with Gen. Heidi Brown, who commanded a combat arms brigade in Iraq. Martin also talks to former Army Special Forces medic Greg Jackson, whose unit in Afghanistan was one of the first to work with special teams of female soldiers tasked with reaching out to Afghan women.
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