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Three dozen women have tried before her. [Read More]
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The Marine Corps is on track to graduate its first female Marine infantry officer from its 13-week course, anonymous officials said. [Read More]
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The Marine Corps plans to soon assign a female infantry officer to a combat unit, a historic first, following her anticipated graduation from the service's grueling Infantry Officer Course, service officials said Thursday. [Read More]
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The Marine Corps expects to soon have its first female infantry officer, a historic first following her anticipated graduation Monday from the service's grueling Infantry Officer Course, said three military officials with knowledge of the training. [Read More]
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Beaufort County Sheriff's Office (BCSO) deputies responded to the Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) this morning in reference to an active duty U.S. Marine who had been shot while in the Sheldon area. Sheldon Wayne Harris Jr. was driving to the Fawnwood Lane area around 4:55 a.m. after working a 4... [Read More]
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The anticipated achievement comes nearly two years after the Pentagon opened all jobs in the military to women. [Read More]
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Women have engaged in combat extensively in Iraq and Afghanistan. But until recently they were barred from combat arms jobs, such as infantry. [Read More]
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A woman is expected to break a major gender barrier in the Marine Corps, and will become the first female infantry officer to serve in the corps if she passes an intense final test as part of a thirteen week program, acco... [Read More]
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The Marine Corps expects to soon have a female infantry officer, a historic first following her anti... [Read More]
The Marine Corps expects to soon have its first female infantry officer, following her anticipated graduation Monday from the service's Infantry Officer Course. [Read More]
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It's been two years since a ban was lifted on women serving on the front lines. [Read More]
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Nearly two years ago, former Defense Secretary Ash Carter ended the military's remaining restriction for women and made the service complete... [Read More]
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US Marine Corps Photo A female Marine officer is expected to graduate from the Marine Corps' Infantry Officer Course on Monday, marking the first time a woman had made it through the grueling 13-week course. Three military officials told Dan Lamothe of The Washington Post that the unnamed female lieutenant had, alongside her male colleagues, just completed the final graded exercise of the course — a three-week training evolution at the Marine base in Twentynine Palms, California. All that stands between participants in the course and graduation day is administrative days and turning gear back into supply,... [Read More]
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The anticipated achievement comes nearly two years after the Pentagon opened all jobs in the military to women. [Read More]
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An active-duty Marine arrived at the front gate of Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort early Thursday morning suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. [Read More]
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Rianna Conner served in the US Marine Corps for close to 7 years and is now using her internet fame to support the President... [Read More]
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Delane Solana, the veteran advisor at State College of Florida (SCF) Manatee-Sarasota, is a Marine Corps veteran who served from 1987 to 1991. A Canadian native, Solana is also a graduate of SCF, and her role at the school is to help students transition from the military to collegiate life. During her years as a Marine, Solana was a postal clerk, working in such overseas areas as Okinawa and South Korea. She was discharged just after Operation Desert Storm.'I went into the Marine Corps... [Read More]
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Ampibious ships may get new precision-guided weapons systems as the Navy and Marine Corps look to counter advanced coastal defense systems. [Read More]
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BAE Systems is in the running to build the Marine Corps' armored combat vehicle. Ground combat reporter Todd South talks to the vehicle's program manager about its command-and-control technology. (Daniel Woolfolk/Staff) [Read More]
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A terrifying case of road rage could have gotten much worse if it hadn't been for a total stranger. The man went from a spectator to a participant in a matter of seconds. Once James Williams saw there were kids involved in this potentially dangerous situation, the former Marine Corps. medic said he had to do whatever he could do to help. [Read More]
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