Four female service members have filed a federal lawsuit challenging the Pentagon's policy that bares women from serving in direct combat positions. Since 1994, the Department of Defense has excluded women from direct combat positions. The women say the current rules keep them from promotions.
Women make up more than 14% of active-duty military and 20% of new recruits.
So we want to know-- what do you think? Should the rules change to allow women to serve in direct combat? Share your thoughts with us here on the blog and on Twitter @BretBaier and @SpecialReport!