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A new way to think about Special Forces

Since it can’t be decided in the United States whether women can be integrated into US Special Forces, I offer we copy an alternate solution being designed in Norway- … 139 more words

Trail Blazers

We Have Always Fought: Changing the Women, Cattle & Slaves Narrative

By Kameron Hurley

I’m going to tell you a story about llamas. It will be like every other story you’ve ever heard about llamas: how they are covered in fine scales; how they eat their young if not raised properly; and how, at the end of their lives, they hurl themselves – lemming-like- over cliffs to drown in the surging sea. 163 more words

Writing

Meet My People: Wooten.

THIS IS MY 101st BLOG POST! Which is so exciting. I can’t believe I’ve posted over 100 times within the last year and a half. This blog is quite literally my personal diary that I also put out on the infinite internet. 1,229 more words

New Year's Revolution

No, that’s not one of my famous typos, it’s how I’m approaching 2018, like a WAC,  going to war.

It’s interesting how army women are called WACS, short for Women’s Army Core.   522 more words

Humor

From Princesses to Generals: Leia and and the Evolution of Women at War

Lt. Col. Erica Iverson and Maj. ML Cavanaugh are US Army Strategists; this essay was adapted from a chapter in their forthcoming book, co-edited by  350 more words

Guest Blogs

ALA Members Use Art to Spread Positivity to Women Veterans

American Legion Auxiliary member Cindy K. Newton of Louisiana, and her family, want female veterans to know the ALA is here to help them.

So, Newton, her husband Bryon, and their daughter Kathy Newton Mott jointly gave the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System’s Women’s Clinic a unique gift – an original Heather Englehart painting which features five women servicemembers in their uniforms. 251 more words

Veterans

Why the Milieux Project?

It might not be transparent, so I’d like to write a little on the Milieux Project and our “why”.  To be sure, we are still defining it, but we definitely started with a desire to change how our culture thinks about flying and who can do it.   1,007 more words

Women In The Military