Unbelievably, in this age, there still exist positions in the military that are reserved for men, and women are not allowed to hold the said positions. For example, according to the Women’s Memorial, servicewomen are not allowed to serve in the platoons responsible for ground surveillance radars, the air defense artillery batteries, and until recently, the combat zones (9). The United States military has long restricted women within the military from participating in combat. According to Norris, for decades, the Pentagon rule dictated that women should not be assigned to units involved in ground combat. However, in 2012, the Pentagon, according to the Feminist Majority Foundation (FMF), sanctioned the admission of two female soldiers to the Marine Corps’ Infantry Officer Course as part of an experiment to see whether women are capable of working in combat units (9).