Women in the Military

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History

 

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Robert J

 

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October 21, 2013

 

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University

 

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This pressure and need for troops produced the Canadian Women's Army Corps (CWAC) in 1941 (Juno Beach Centre, 2003). Following the formation of this organization, Canada's navy and air force also began enrolling women into the profession. Several military schools have also been accepting women into its doors; yet there was still controversy as to whether these women would excel...
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The answer came in 2000 when West Point Academy in the U.S.A. presented its first female valedictorian, Rebecca Marier (a Corps Regimental Commander), to lead its graduating class (United States Military Academy, 2007). These organizations and successes by women led to several more doors being opened in allowing women into the armed forces...
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