Women can top half the sky! American Pacific Naval Vessel women submarine soldiers nearly 100

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 Women can top half the sky! American Pacific Naval Vessel women submarine soldiers nearly 100


According to the 9 daily newspaper of May, according to the Honolulu star advertising newspaper website in May 7th, the Pacific Fleet submarine force said that 93 women were serving on the submarines of the Pacific Fleet after the US Navy announced that women were allowed to serve on submarines for eight years, of which 9 officers were in Pearl Harbor. The task was performed on the Virginia class nuclear submarine. So far, the integration of women in the submarine forces in the Pacific is going well, said lieutenant colonel Corey Barker, a spokesman for the United States Pacific Fleet submarine force. Looking ahead, we plan to remain prudent while expanding the ranks of officers and strengthening the integration of women in submarine forces. The long-term goal of the US Navy is to make the ratio of women to 20% of submarine officers and men. The picture is the U. S. Navy nuclear submarine Of the 130 officers and soldiers deployed on the USS Texas in Pearl Harbor, 6 were women. The United States has 3 women on the Mississippi submarines, including a head of the Department responsible for navigating operations. The Navy said that on the larger Michigan ballistic missile submarines, there were two groups of soldiers carrying out tasks in turn, including 10 female officers and 58 female soldiers. The US Navy celebrated the womens history month in March, pointing out that women became part of the marine forces as nurses in nineteenth Century. Since 1978, women have embarked on auxiliary ships and boarded warships since 1994. In 2016, the Ministry of Defense said all posts were open to women. In a March report, The Associated Press said that women wanted to be submarine soldiers rather than female submarine soldiers. This article source: Reference News Network Editor: Lee Ying Ying _NBJS5961 The United States has 3 women on the Mississippi submarines, including a head of the Department responsible for navigating operations. The Navy said that on the larger Michigan ballistic missile submarines, there were two groups of soldiers carrying out tasks in turn, including 10 female officers and 58 female soldiers. The US Navy celebrated the womens history month in March, pointing out that women became part of the marine forces as nurses in nineteenth Century. Since 1978, women have embarked on auxiliary ships and boarded warships since 1994. In 2016, the Ministry of Defense said all posts were open to women. In a March report, The Associated Press said that women wanted to be submarine soldiers rather than female submarine soldiers.