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Vermont became the first state to allow women into all combat arms units April 28, 2021, following authorization issued by the National Guard Bureau. Pictured, Spc. Maryi Burnside (left) and Sgt. Vic Harper, both assigned to the Florida National Guard's 779th Engineer Battalion, prepare a piece of detonation cord that will be attached to a block of composition C4 at McCrady Training Center April 10, 2016. (U.S. Army photo)
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CAMP JOHNSON, Vermont - Vermont became the first state to allow women into all combat arms units April 28, 2021, following authorization issued by the National Guard Bureau. Pictured, Spc. Maryi Burnside (left) and Sgt. Vic Harper, both assigned to the Florida National Guard's 779th Engineer Battalion, prepare a piece of detonation cord that will be attached to a block of composition C4 at McCrady Training Center April 10, 2016.


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