High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Women were employed in
the Danish armed forces as early as 1934 with the Ground Observer
Corps, Danish Women's Army Corps and Naval Corps in 1946 and the
Women's Air Force since 1953. In 1962 the Danish parliament passed
laws allowing women to volunteer in the regular Danish armed forces
as long as they did not serve in units experiencing direct combat.
1971 saw the enlistment of women as non-commissioned officers, with
military academies allowing women in 1974.
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