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Female Army General Retires With an Eye to Helping Others

After a 36-year military career, Marcia Anderson is intent on relaying the lessons she learned to the next generation of women.
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Getting more women into Army leadership

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Major General Marcia Anderson joined the military by accident 35 years ago, when she signed up for a Reserve Officer Training Corps class because she needed a science credit as a student at Creighton University. She decided to make ...

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Maj. Gen. Marcia Anderson knows a thing or two about leadership and diversity in the Army, and so she should, as the most senior-ranking black woman in the military, a badge she has worn since 2011, when she became the first black, ...

Army Names First Black Female Two Star General

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Last Thursday, Marcia Anderson was promoted from brigadier general to major general, becoming the first African-American woman given a second star as a general in the U.S. Army. Anderson received the promotion after a military caree...

Army Eyes Standards for Women in Combat

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The U.S. Army general in charge of training recently wrote about the service's examination of gender neutral standards to open the infantry and other combat-arms jobs to female soldiers.

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