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Meet the first woman to lead elite Army Rangers in combat
“What inspires me as a leader is just the men and women that serve alongside me."
Women in the US military may finally get body armor that actually fits
"When you have four different branches each doing their own thing, there's overlap and there's going to be waste."
Meet the Night Witches: The female pilots who struck fear into Nazi troops
The main goal of the 588th was to disorient and sleep deprive the enemy, and it became clear they were successful.
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’...
It’s official: A woman is joining the ranks of Army Special Forces for the first time in history
A female National Guard soldier has successfully graduated from Army Special Forces training and is joining the elite Green Berets for the first time in U.S. military history
Boeing executive resigns over op-ed written 33 years ago saying women had ‘no right to fight’ in combat
Boeing Co's communications chief Niel Golightly abruptly resigned on Thursday.
Here’s what it was like for the first woman to command a Marine Corps ground combat battalion
As an engineer, Macander had been in war zones, but not in a division combat job. Still, her earlier roles put her into a position to more quickly rise through...
Female soldier completes final phase of Special Forces training for first time in decades
A female National Guard soldier has successfully completed the final stage of the Army's Special Forces Qualification Course (Q Course), but she's not a Green Beret yet
The Army will soon have female grunts and tankers in all brigade combat teams
Currently, 601 women are in the process of entering the infantry career field and 568 are joining the armor career field, according to the Army
The US military isn’t doing nearly enough to attract and retain women, report finds
Here's how well each service does at recruiting women into the ranks
The Marine Corps wanted a university to study co-ed boot camp. No one applied
A planned independent, in-depth assessment of the Marine Corps' historically gender-segregated boot camp training model hasn't started yet — because no one has volunteered to conduct it
General in charge of female recruit training once suggested gender integration would destroy the Marine Corps
"Unless there is a groundswell of public indignation against this effort, it is very likely to happen within the next year."
Women should have to register for the draft, congressional commission says
A commission formed by Congress to assess military and national service is calling for women to be included in selective service registration
An airman just took a major step towards becoming the first female Special Tactics officer
A female Air Force officer has completed a rigorous special warfare course and will move on to the next program within the Special Tactics Officer training pipeline, making her the...
Camp Pendleton Marine becomes first woman to lead Howitzer team
A Marine stationed at Camp Pendleton became the first woman to graduate from the Corps' Howitzer Section Chief Course this month, taking on a combat artillery leadership role once reserved...
A woman is about to finish Green Beret training for the first time in history
A female National Guard soldier is set to become the first to join the Green Berets
The Navy may be close to getting its first female special ops boat crewmen
Three enlisted women are now in the training pipeline to become special warfare combatant-craft crewmen, small-boat operators frequently teamed with Navy SEALs for infiltration and exfiltration missions
A new measure would end gender segregation at Marine Corps boot camp for good
The final conference version of the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act includes a provision that would require the service to integrate both its East Coast and West Coast entry-level training...
More than 600 female Marines and sailors now serving in previously-restricted units
"Females are now represented in every previously-restricted occupational field"
The Army is facing a major performance divide in its new combat fitness test
It may take up to five years to finalize the standards for the Army Combat Fitness Test as the service struggles to address the performance gap between male and female...
A fundraising campaign to make little green Army women absolutely crushed its goal
That's what I'm talkin' about.
‘Get over it’ — Marine Corps training chief says he’s open to ending gender-segregated boot camp
The Marine Corps could train as many as eight co-ed companies at boot camp each year, and the general overseeing the effort is hitting back against those complaining that the...
She’s photographed every major war of the last 20 years. Marine Corps boot camp was something else entirely
"I understand why it's done intellectually, but it was tough to be around so much screaming all the time."
Mattis still has concerns about women serving in combat units
Former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis suggested Tuesday that the nation should think again about putting young men and women together in ground combat units at a time when they tend...
Marine Corps’ first female F-35 pilot makes history
"I am incredibly excited to get to VMFA-121 and look forward to the opportunity to serve in the Fleet Marine Forces."