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Original Fly Girls

It wasn’t until 1942 that the United States allowed women to fly military aircraft. In the face of a severe shortage of pilots, women were trained on how to operate B-26 and B-29 bombers and other aircraft stateside so that their male counterparts could focus on combat duty overseas. 174 more words

Women In The Military

A woman's battle

“The military needs women, and they need them to serve in different kinds of roles and different kinds of circumstances, including sending women to fight alongside men.

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Israel military.....me so horny!

By the way, when I went to England some time ago we had a flash flash thingy, and yes she was
a Jew, and she was spending her last vacation funny England land, always raining…. 107 more words


Semper Fi? Sex, Social Media, and the Marine Corps

As partisan rancor continues on the Hill, one group of lawmakers joined forces this week to speak out against harassment of women in the  Marine Corps.   540 more words

Gender-based Discrimination

The U.S. Military Photo Scandal: Whose Fault is It?

In case you haven’t noticed, sexual harassment and assault in the military is back in the news. This time, Marines and retired Marines have been… 677 more words


Guest Post: It Takes A Leader: Successful Integration of Combat Arms

Today’s guest post comes from Barefoot Boomer. Boomer is a career Army officer and strategist. He is also a historian with an emphasis in American and German military history. 2,064 more words


Spotlight: Women Doing Awesome Things

The first presidential statement observing women’s history was issued by President Jimmy Carter in 1980, who declared March 2-8 as National Women’s History Week. Carter’s official acknowledgment of Women’s History Week was monumental given that it grew out of one local celebration in… 1,195 more words