Survey details Marines' biggest concerns about women in combat

02/4/2013 | NBC News

Male Marines' most common concern regarding women in combat is the possibility of being falsely accused of sexual harassment or assault, according to an online questionnaire administered by the Marine Corps last summer. Possible fraternization and preferential treatment were also cited as concerns.

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