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Living for the Weekends

This is my motto these days. Just like a lot of working moms, my Monday through Friday is a blur. Between the daycare pick-up and drop-off and the daily commute, there is just enough hours left at the end of the day to get dinner on the table, bathe the kiddos and squeeze in a few books before bed. 689 more words

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A Giant Leap for Womankind!

On August 21st, 2015, history was made.  In addition to ninety-four men, two West Point women graduated from Ranger School, known to many as the Army’s most mentally and physically demanding combat leadership course… and one that, until recently, has only been open to men.  726 more words

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These women paved the way for the first female Army Rangers

Two West Point graduates—one an Apache helicopter pilot, the other a military police officer—have now made history as the first female graduates of the elite U.S. 828 more words


Can't shortchange ourselves for standards - Female Marine opinion piece

The Cost of Lower Standards for Women in Marine Recruitment

by Kyleanne Hunter

from the NYTimes

I joined the Marine Corps a year after graduating from Georgetown University. 1,256 more words

Navy to Open SEALs to Women.

​Nearly two decades after GI Jane, a story about the first Female Navy SEAL operator, the United States Navy is officially opening its most famous, and infamous division to women. 450 more words


August 2015

This is how I’ll have to title my posts from now on if I continue to be inconsistent. It’s OK, right? Gotta live life! Yeah! Who’s reading this nonsense anyway? 1,141 more words

The First Two Badass Women To Pass Army Ranger Training Can't Apply For The Regiment

This year marks the first occasion women were allowed into the U.S. Army Ranger School on a trial basis, and the stakes were high. The program sits among the most difficult training courses in the world. 332 more words

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