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Topic - Howard Bromberg
The military is looking at ways to modify its training for women to help them qualify for direct ground combat roles in the infantry, tanks and special operations.
The Army is suspending the Tuition Assistance program for active duty and reserve soldiers beginning Friday, according to an email obtained by the Washington Times.
"At this point, it's too early to tell if there will be an effect on retention or recruiting," Lt. Gen. Bromberg told the Washington Times at a roundtable media discussion Friday at the Pentagon. "I'll know more in the coming weeks. We'll make appropriate judgments as the budget clarifies."