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She was born in a Russian prison and became a trailblazing infantry Marine
18-year-old Maria Daume’s path to the yellow footprints of Parris Island, South Carolina, which will culminate in her graduation on Jan. 13 before later heading off to the Marine Corps’ School of Infantry, began years ago in a prison in Siberia, Russia, where she was born.
Combat engineers: Destroying things and building them back up again
Combat engineers: Destroying things then building them back up
The Army will integrate female officers into five more combat units this year
"To date, the Army has successfully accessed and transferred more than 1,000 women into the previously closed occupations of infantry, armor, and field artillery."
8 Combat Arms-Friendly Companies Hiring Vets — No Degree Required
We see it all the time: Military career fairs on base typically seek out service members with advanced technical training...
What It Now Takes To Enter A Combat Job In The Marine Corps
Following the opening of all jobs to women in the military in January, the Marine Corps has implemented a number...