Meet the women who went in with the Navy SEALs in Afghanistan

May 12, 2016

It’s only this year that U.S. women have officially be allowed to take combat roles.  That’s officially.

But in Afghanistan American women were on the front lines on night raids with commando units, including the Navy SEALs, six years ago. This week on War College we talk about their stories.

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