Army Maj. Gen. Linda Singh. Photo: Sgt. 1st Class John Soucy/U.S. Army

Army Maj. Gen. Linda Singh didn't want anyone at work to know she was pregnant.

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Air Force / Staff Sgt. Amber E. Jacobs.

The Air Force is “taking a really hard look” at whether the service’s uniforms and gear fit female airmen correctly, Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein told reporters on Thursday.

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U.S. Navy photo/ Petty Officer 3rd Class Eric C. Burgett

A toxic culture of gender discrimination and inequality continues to exist in the U.S. military. Worse, it isn’t simply gray-haired military bosses who are responsible for this. The atmosphere created by a few junior military personnel can ruin the career of a promising servicewoman before it even begins.

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U.S. Air Force/Tech. Sgt. William Greer

On the heels of a far-ranging Military Times poll of active-duty service members, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) has released its own annual poll of more than 4,000 members, and one pattern seems pretty clear: Men are from Mars, and women are exhausted by them.

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In January 2017, the first female Marines graduated from infantry school. In 2016, the first female soldiers became infantry officers. Air Force Gen. Lori Robinson also took over as leader of U.S. Northern Command in 2016, becoming the first female service member to lead a unified combatant command and thus the highest ranking woman in U.S. military history. We also saw female enlisted sailors deploy on submarines for the first time ever.

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Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class America A. Henry

Sweden just brought back conscription — and this time, women will be required to sign up too. Under the plan approved on Mar. 3, all of Sweden’s 18-year-olds could be called on to sign up for service each year.

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