There are only eight countries in the world that allow women to fight in frontline combat, and Canada is one of them. Filmmaker Beth Freeman tells the story of three remarkable women who have chosen the most difficult and dangerous military professions and are fighting in combat on the battlefronts of Afghanistan. These women share their stories from a uniquely female perspective, challenging our perception of what constitutes a soldier. Knowledge commission.
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