Below the jump is a listing of state by state campus and legislative policy with links to laws and pending policy/legislation.
__________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ Affirmative Consent is making it's way through the Senate.
DC - Speak with some veterans and make sure it's really what you want to do.
It's called a profession because it involves much more than fancy dress and 9-5.
Also, I was able to obtain four certificates toward my Arabic translator diploma, and I graduated summa cum laude in Intelligence Operations (when combat jobs officially opened for women, those of us who hadn't been allowed into the schools were able to certify through military-civilian colleges so that we could still compete for careers).
DC - It's a really bad idea to put the same people who are in charge of paying your pension and education expenses, also in charge of your medical care.
And you're not invincible so I'd say, ignore the movies and really think hard about what the veterans tell you.
Also, think about how your capabilities, skills and personality will fit into the branch and the job you want.
Since I had already worked in Iraq, for my second and third deployments I was requested for specific jobs that weren't normally available for enlisted women.It's kind of a cliché but it's true - it's mainly stretches of "same things different day" punctuated by periods of overwhelming intensity.
(Groundhog Day is a very popular movie in NATO for a reason...)DC - Unfortunately, I had a series of physical injuries over my three deployments (2003-2005) that never healed properly.
Bill Text: The Campus Accountability and Safety Act 'A Senate committee explored possible responses to sexual assault in college Wednesday during a hearing that suggested there is bipartisan momentum for legislation to address what has emerged as a key issue on many campuses.' - Washington Post More Here Co-Sponsors (The list is growing very fast): Sen.