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Israel’s Army Eyes Female Role in Battle

When Alice Miller petitioned the Israeli Supreme Court in 1995 to let her become an air force pilot, the country’s president, himself a famous airman in his younger days, laughingly compared women flying planes to men darning socks. But the court ruled in her favor, opening combat jobs to women for the first time. One of them was Keren Tendler, a flight technician killed last summer when her helicopter was shot down by Hezbollah guerrillas over Lebanon. Full Story

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