A Year In, SEALs Still Haven’t Seen Any Female Applicants
It’s been a little over 12 months since the Department of Defense said women could apply for special operations training programs.
Female Infantry Marines Will Train, Fight, And Sleep Alongside Their Male Counterparts
The first female infantry Marines have been received by their unit. Now it’s back to business as usual.
She Was Born In A Russian Prison And Became A US Marine. The Infantry Is Next
Maria Daume was born in a prison in Siberia, Russia, and now she’s a United States Marine headed to the School of Infantry.
10 Rules To Help Women Entering Combat Arms Succeed
The advice is garnered from the experience of women who have served in combat units in the U.S. as well as some foreign militaries.
An Infantry Master Sgt On Why Leaders Need To Embrace Gender Integration
A 26-year infantry NCO argues that military leaders at every echelon need to lead the way in terms of accepting and embracing this directive.
Marine Corps Says It Will Review Women-In-Combat Integration If Requested By Trump
The incoming Trump administration increases the chances that the decision on women in combat jobs will be reviewed and possibly changed.
The Trump Administration Shouldn’t Touch New Women-In-Combat Rules
There are already rumors that President-Elect Trump could roll back policies that opened combat jobs to women. But he should take this opportunity to empower servicewomen and veterans, not marginalize them.
‘Hunter Troop’ Is The World’s First All-Female Special Operations Unit
In 2014, Norway created the world’s first all-female special operations unit — out of necessity.
National Guard NCO Becomes Army’s First Female Enlisted Infantry Soldier
Sgt. Shelby Atkins, a former construction engineer, will soon be assigned to a Wyoming-based infantry unit.
Meet The Highest Ranking Female General In US History
Air Force Gen. Lori Robinson, in taking charge of U.S. Northern Command, seizes a higher billet than any woman who has ever worn the uniform.
The First Woman To Graduate Ranger School Is About To Join The Infantry
One of the first women to earn a Ranger Tab has made history again, becoming the U.S. military’s first infantry officer.
Marine Applying For Combat Arms Slams Her Critics Like A True Grunt
This prospective Marine Corps artillery woman already walks the walk, and talks the talk.
Is This America’s First Infantrywoman?
Tammy Barnett may have just become the U.S. Army’s first infantrywoman.
How Will The Marine Corps Integrate Women Into Combat Arms Roles?
The Marine Corps has published its plan for women in combat, but its commandant, Gen. Robert Neller, faces a tough task.
SEAL Who Killed Bin Laden Just Said He Supports Women In Combat
“Women and men working together is better.”