Special operations forces reportedly will open to women

06/18/2013 | Hill, The · Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The · CNN

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is expected to announce the Pentagon's plans for introducing women into combat operations across the four U.S. military branches, including placement opportunities within special operations units. The plan will reportedly open up training for women as Army Rangers by mid-2015, with Navy SEALs possibly starting training for qualified women by March 2016.

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