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Rangers Lead the Way!

I struggled with this video story because I wasn’t sure what avenue I wanted to go down.  First of all, my topic is women in combat and I don’t live anywhere near any of these women in combat.   506 more words

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Making videos for school can be fun.  I am hoping next week’s assignment isn’t too terrible, but something I enjoy.  =)

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America's next social battlefield is on the actual battlefield

The Monday announcement that the Pentagon will move to allow transgender men and women to serve openly in the military is another step forward in the march toward getting the best people in the right roles—regardless of who they are. 1,194 more words

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Ashley's War Final Audio Story

Previously on Ashley’s War Audio Story….

I made a mistake and didn’t read all the directions, so I kind of had a copyright mess up but it semi got fixed because the author, Gayle Tzemach Lemmon, said I could use her audio but then the audio belonged to… 384 more words

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Ashley's War Draft Audio Story

Sometimes I am reminded that I need to slow down and read ALL the instructions of an assignment.  Today was one of those ah-ha moments.  As I looked over the instructions for the draft audio story one last time, I realized that raw audio interviews, meant your own original interviews and not actual audio interviews over TV interviews.   354 more words

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Military Facts and Legends: The Original Flying Ladies

Like most Americans in the late 1930s, President Franklin Roosevelt was not eager for the United States to get embroiled in a global military conflict. However, unlike fervent isolationists, he felt it was inevitable over time and began taking some steps in preparation for such an eventuality. 980 more words

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The Neglect of U.S. Women in World War I

This blog is an attempt to address my frustration at the light coverage of U.S. women’s contributions to World War I. We tend to hear more about British women’s service, with the assumption that because the official U.S. 367 more words

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