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The recorded military history of Puerto Rico encompasses the period from the 16th century, when Spanish conquistadores battled native Taínos in the rebellion of 1511, to the present employment of Puerto Ricans in the United States Armed Forces in the military campaigns in Afghanistan and Iraq.
During World War II, Puerto Ricans participated in the Pacific and Atlantic theaters, not only as combatants, but also as commanders.
It was during this conflict that Puerto Rican nurses were allowed to participate as members of the WAACs.
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