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Women In The Military

Women are encouraged to join the military and
to become all that they can be.

Although women have served in the armed forces for many years, through times of peace and war, here at home and overseas, the services they provided in the past has very often been overlooked and under appreciated.

Today is a new day for these brave women who serve with distinction all over the world. Women have proven beyond a doubt that they are smart, strong, capable, and ready, willing, and able to fight alongside men any time they are called to action.

Women serve our country every day and their bravery is being noted over and over again. They are some of the best leaders and have become an integral part of each branch of service. What women do on a daily basis in the military today help keep our country strong, free, and safe.

The military is providing women with the best training that can be offered in modern technology. They are trained on the latest high tech equipment for military and civilian applications and they are encouraged to learn, grow, and advance in rank while serving the country.

Officer Candidate schools are available for women who want to join the military after graduation from college. There are several tuition-assistance and scholarship programs for women who want to further their education and become commissioned officers.

For women, as well as for men, promotions and advancements are based on job performance and capabilities. As your knowledge grows, so will opportunity. How often and how fast you are promoted depends on your willingness to educate yourself. There are many fields to choose from and women are encouraged to keep learning and growing.

Your mind and your body will adapt to the rigorous physical training that is necessary to handle the most demanding aspects of military life. No one is going to say that it's easy, but everyone will say that if you put your mind and body to work, you will succeed and be forever better for it.

In the military, opportunities for women are endless and the benefits are great. The military is not all work and no play. You get 30 days paid vacation each year, parental leave with the retention of rank when you return to duty, tax free housing and meal allowances, free medical and dental care, shopping privileges at military commissaries and base exchanges, and you are eligible for the Montgomery G.I. Bill for college tuition assistance.


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