This book examine the role of women in the military and the overwhelming evidence to date that warrants repealing the combat exclusion policy of women into the military. It explores 1) How can their success serve as justification for a full repeal? 2) What is the potential impact of the repeal? 3) How will it affect the way that women and men relate to one another? 4) How can it set women on the course to full agency and representation as citizens in American society? The book includes exciting interviews with pioneering former military women giving candid views on their career paths and views about the policy.