Ms. Lynch urges Americans to support women in combat and to push officials to ensure they have proper training, The Associated Press reports.
The order will open 200,000 more jobs to women, primarily in the Army and Marines, CBS reports. The services have until May to draw up a plan for opening all units to women and until the end of 2015 to implement it.
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