US woman soldiers win combat recognition

Women soldiers to receive for their heroics training and help for post-traumatic injuries.

Last Modified: 19 Jun 2013 09:13
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US women soldiers have been fighting on the front lines for years, but now the US military plans to officially recognise women in combat roles by 2016.

That means they will get the proper training and help for post-traumatic injuries.

Al Jazeera's Mark Orchard reports.


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