Kate Germano

author of “Fight like a Girl: The Truth Behind How Female Marines are Trained”

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Kate Germano led the military’s only all-female recruit battalion. Under her watch, the women shot better, ran faster, and had fewer injuries. But then she was fired in 2015.

Combat vet on bias against women in the Marines

Kate Germano led the military’s only all-female recruit battalion. Under her watch, the women shot better, ran faster, and had fewer injuries. But then she was fired in 2015.

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