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What are the experiences of women at war, and what to tell clinicians about how to help? I have been asked to write a textbook on this subject, so have done another canvass of the literature. What is striking is how little hard data there are about the experiences of female Soldiers and other service members from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. There are lots of articles published by Department of Veterans Affairs authors about the experience of female veterans from earlier conflicts. These normally focus on PTSD and sexual assault.
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And there is no mistaking that women in uniform have had a transformative effect on it. Married couples live together. Opponents of integrating women in combat zones long feared that sex would mean the end of American military prowess. The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are the first in which tens of thousands of American military women have lived, worked and fought with men for prolonged periods. Wars without front lines, they have done more than just muddle the rules meant to keep women out of direct enemy contact.
I signed up for the army in June , when I was They were offering to pay for some of my college education. I wasn't concerned about the possibility of going to war; I just kept thinking, This is going to be cool. Two years later, I was a sophomore at the University of Illinois in Urbana, and I got a phone call from my platoon sergeant, who said, "Your unit has been put on alert. I didn't say anything about the phone call.