Health of Women after Wartime Deployments : Correlates of Risk for Selected Medical Conditions among Females after Initial and Repeat Deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq , Active Component

@inproceedings{Forces2012HealthOW,
  title={Health of Women after Wartime Deployments : Correlates of Risk for Selected Medical Conditions among Females after Initial and Repeat Deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq , Active Component},
  author={U. S. Armed Forces},
  year={2012}
}
  • U. S. Armed Forces
  • Published 2012
For more than a decade, U.S. military forces have conducted continuous combat operations in Afghanistan (Operation Enduring Freedom [OEF]) and Iraq (Operation Iraqi Freedom [OIF], Operation New Dawn [OND]). The duration of continuous warfighting is unprecedented in U.S. military history. An inevitable consequence of the prolonged combat operations in Afghanistan and Iraq has been the repeated deployment of many service members to active war zones. The nature of the warfighting in OEF/ OIF/OND… CONTINUE READING

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