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Kathleen Sherit examines the changing status of women in the armed forces, the challenges they have faced, and the steps that paved the way to the front line.
Women have been a formal part of the British Army for more than 100 years and the wider story of their service stretches back even further. However, it was only 2018 that all Army combat roles were opened up to them.
The road to the front line has not been easy for women in the armed forces. Issues such as the non-combatant principle heavily affected their status and life within the services.
Kathleen Sherit explores how women's roles have changed over the years and highlights some of the struggles they have faced during their service.