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Tag: Women in Combat

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HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah — Half of the 86th Intelligence Squadron overheard their commander cry out the name of the unit’s first sergeant during climax with his wife, sources confirmed today. “We all heard it and laughed for 30 minutes straight,” said Staff Sgt. Brian Seberns, an intelligence analyst who specializes in nuclear test […]
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THE PENTAGON — The Department of Defense has found a creative solution to the ongoing budget crisis created by sequestration, using a clever personnel policy change, officials announced this week. By hiring more women and promoting them to senior leadership roles traditionally held by men, the department can pay them 73 cents on the dollar, with men making nearly 37% […]
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QUANTICO, Va. — Sgt. Maj. Justin LeHew was notified this week that he will receive an other than honorable discharge from the Marine Corps, sources report, after LeHew recently ruined his career by releasing negative study results instead of destroying them. LeHew, the Sergeant Major of Marine Corps Training and Education Command, made the career ending move last month, by publicly […]
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THE PENTAGON — A new gender integration study set to be released this week found that nearly 96 percent of infantrymen in the Army and Marine Corps would be “very excited” to have women integrated into their units, especially during combat deployments, Duffel Blog has learned. “Naturally there were some patterns we saw after issuing the […]
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