G.I. Josie – Nonprofit for Female PTSD & MST

What Science Says About Women In Combat

When First Lt. Shaye Haver and Capt. Kristen Griest graduated from U.S. Army Ranger training, they became the first women in history to hurdle that barrier, but now they may never see combat.

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Military women are at the same risk of PTSD as men, study finds
“As high-ranking military chiefs debate allowing women into the front lines of combat, researchers from the Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs are adding new research to the mix: Women warriors are at the same risk of post-traumatic stress disorder as men.”

As U.S. moves to allow women in combat, researchers help set the bar
“The U.S. military is on the eve of a historic integration: By order of the defense department, the Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marines must open previously male-only ground combat positions to women by January of 2016”