“You don’t know who I am—whether I’m African American, Asian American, Hispanic, White, male or female. You just know I’m an American airman, kicking your butt.”
“Each soldier in ‘The Calling’ has their own unique background and story to tell."
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"This isn't about male and female standards," Grinston said. "This is about Army standards."
"To think we don’t have to have headaches every day anymore?"
"Leaders need to be asking those questions, and they are, because they now know people are number one."
"Having grooming standards that show sensitivity to the cultural and ethnic diversity already present in our Army would go a long way."
“To me, there is no cap — when you look at all the demographics, gender, whether its minorities — there is no cap that we will follow."
A senior leader said there are "fundamental differences" in the Army of 12 years ago compared to today.
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