Women in Combat” Supported by 95% of Divorced Men
Written by Stan Sinberg 29th January 2013
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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA — A new survey reveals that the recent decision by Defense Secretary Leon Panetta allowing women in the military to be sent into combat has the support of 95% of recently divorced men.
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Support for the decision among happily married men or those who recently got engaged was much lower.
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