A U.S. Marine in the Lioness Program, which in 2007 attached female Marines to combat units to search Iraqi women and children for money or weapons at security checkpoints.

A U.S. Marine in the Lioness Program, which in 2007 attached female Marines to combat units to search Iraqi women and children for money or weapons at security checkpoints.

U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter announced last week that all U.S. military combat positions are now open to women. We discuss the events that led to this decision and how the change will be implemented with two veterans.

Guests

  • Vivian Greentree Senior vice president of Military and Veteran Affairs, First Data Salutes
  • Jennifer Hunt Staff Sergeant and noncommissioned officer in the United States Army Reserves. Purple Heart recipient and plaintiff in Hegar, et al. v. Panetta

Vivian Greentree: “It Breaks My Heart When Veterans Don’t Self-Identify”

How Female Rangers Can Disrupt Enemy Ops

Female Vets Invited To Virtual Career Fair

 

Veterans can participate in the virtual career fair from anywhere. You can build a profile, upload your resume, picture, and add your LinkedIn profile. As a participating company, we will have First Data recruiters available for live chat and we will receive your information after the virtual career fair for follow up!

 

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

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