The woman’s fight goes far beyond the battlefield of a foreign land. Long after their deployments have ended and their duty has been fulfilled, women continue to struggle with the issues of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and sexual assault. They continue to fight for the right to be heard, understood, and treated for these traumas experience during their service in the military. Did you know that even-though women only make up roughly 16% of the armed services, they are much more likely to experience the symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, homelessness, and military sexual trauma than their male counterparts? However, the resources necessary to aid the modern female soldier and their families are lacking.