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Despite serving for decades, women in the armed forces around the world still face obstacles throughout their military career.
Teenage recruits at the experimental Universal Military Training camp at Fort Knox in 1947.
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A commission looking at the future of service is set to makesits recommendations. It is hoping to make a year of service ‘a norm’ for all Americans. What does it mean to serve?
Army bomb disposal and search specialists after returning from a tour of duty in Afghanistan.
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When they think of military veterans most people picture men. We need to know more about the women who serve.
The South African military leads on gender representation, with a third of its full time personnel being women.
As military organisations become less oriented towards violence, the traditional, aggressive, warrior-like culture of the military has to be balanced with new task requirements.
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The volunteer is at the heart of British perceptions of the World War I. We are all familiar with images of young men leaving home, standing in long queues at recruiting stations, and being examined by…