The Pentagon made an historic move Thursday when it lifted its ban on women serving in combat.
A 1994 restriction prevented women in the military from serving in combat, including service on the front lines. However, many argued, including the American Civil Liberties Union, that reality showed women already serving on the front lines.
The military's lift of the ban opens up to 230,000 posts to women in the military, according to USA Today.
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