US defense secretary Leon Panetta was expected to announce today that American women will be allowed by policy onto the front lines of combat. Local vetarans, including Aronda Smith, think it’s a good move.
It’ll a “welcome home” to those returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, a big thank-you to veterans of past wars, and a solemn remembrance of those who gave their lives for their country.
An estimated 12 to 20 percent of veterans returning from “Operation Enduring Freedom” will have traumatic brain injury, TBI.
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