Ann Dunwoody

The first woman to become a 4-star Army General and the author of 'A Higher Standard: Leadership Strategies from America's First Female Four-Star General'

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Ann Elizabeth Dunwoody is a retired general of the United States Army. She was the first woman in U.S. military and uniformed service history to achieve a four-star officer rank, receiving her fourth star on November 14, 2008.

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On Friday, two female soldiers will graduate from the Army Ranger School—the first time any women have overcome the fatigue, hunger and extreme stress that requires.

For the First Time, Two Women Will Become Army Rangers

On Friday, two female soldiers will graduate from the Army Ranger School—the first time any women have overcome the fatigue, hunger and extreme stress that requires.

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