Women in Ground Close Combat

@article{Fitriani2016WomenIG,
  title={Women in Ground Close Combat},
  author={Fitriani and Randolf G. S. Cooper and Ronald E Matthews},
  journal={The RUSI Journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={161},
  pages={14 - 24}
}
As the global momentum towards the acceptance of women in ground close combat (GCC) continues to grow, the US decided in December 2015 to open all GCC roles to women without exception – a controversial and, some say, politically motivated decision. The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) is under political pressure to accept women in GCC, but has indicated it will give proper consideration to the Big Data generated by the numerically more significant US experience. In this article, Fitriani, Randolf G… 
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