Angie began her Marine Corps career in 1993 when she enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps at the University of Michigan. She completed NROTC at the top of her class, and served as Battalion Commander for 120 midshipmen. She completed her initial Marine training in Quantico, Virginia. She was a captain in the Marine Reserves, and co-authored a book entitled Leading from the Front.
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March 2006 | Magazine
Many have argued that women should not serve in the military. Today every troop is asked to work harder and smarter. In a climate where the operational tempo is extremely high, imagine if our governments were to suddenly direct all women in the military to stand down from service and resign from the military…