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Things You Hear on NPR: Unintentionally Humorous Coverage of Women in the Military

If NPR can’t make it sound good, no one can:

It’s a recent morning out in California’s Mojave Desert, and Marine Lance Cpls. Paula Pineda and Julia Carroll are struggling to pick up and maneuver Carl.

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Politics And Public Policy

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March is Women’s History Month and all month long, Natural Zero is looking at great women in history, women who have shaped history in one way or another. 476 more words

12 Things You May Not Know About Women in the Military

In honor of Women’s History Month, we gathered 12 pieces of trivia about the legacy of women in the U.S. military. See if you know them: 465 more words

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Guns & Rosie

Guns and Rosie is a magazine for women in the military to read and relate to, because no matter what our theories about the military, the women on the ground need a place of sisterhood to deal with this taxing occupation. 112 more words

Feminist Magazines

Women in World War II: Rosie the Riveter and Beyond

I recently finished reading The Girls of Atomic City: The Untold Story of the Women Who Helped Win World War II by Denise Kiernan. It is a fascinating look into a town that never existed on any map but had a HUGE influence on the outcome of World War II. 1,758 more words

Meet the Top NCO from Florida's 53rd Infantry Brigade

The top Non-Commissioned Officers from the Florida Army National Guard this weekend are at Camp Blanding vying for the title of “Florida NCO of the year.” 425 more words

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