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Four female Marines pass key hurdle during enlisted infantry training

Oct. 28, 2013 - 06:00AM
By James K. Sanborn
Staff writer

CAMP GEIGER, N.C. — Four female Marines have passed what is considered the most strenuous aspect of enlisted infantry training, prompting officials here at the Marine Corps’ School of Infantry – East to surmise that at least some of the 15 women who began the course in September will graduate next month.

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