The Marine Corps has always been a boys’ club and it’s still the branch of the military with the lowest percentage of women serving today — by far. The secretary of defense made the Marines open combat and infantry roles to females a year ago, but recruiting women to into the force has still proven to be a challenge. Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani went to Tennessee to find out what the Marines are doing to bring more women into their ranks.
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