Sergeant Beth Adams, Lance Corporal Christy Baker and nurse Shannon Crowley's forward operating base in Musa Qala. (Paula Bronstein / Getty Images)
Here are some amazing pictures from the photojournalist Paula Bronshtayn, in which you'll see women serving in Afghanistan. Women have different roles, than the men.
They are also trained on how to conduct themselves in different situations.
They are educated in the Afghan traditions and the Pashto language.
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Nurse Shannon Crawley stands outside of tents that are the camp showers, Musa Qala. In a small camp 269 men live, and only 3 women. For women soldiers, there is only one hour a day (30 minutes in the morning and 30 - in the evening) to take a shower. (Paula Bronstein / Getty Images)
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