For a long time, women have played a supportive role in the U.S. Armed Forces but in 2007, Spc Monica Lin Brown, an army medic ran through gunfire to rescue soldiers who were injured by insurgents and was awarded a Silver Star. Brown was only the second woman since World War II to earn the nation's third-highest combat medal. Her courage led to this question: Should women be allowed combat roles in the U.S. Armed Forces?
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