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Wyatt will have an eight year commitment to the Navy after she finishes pilot training, and she expects to go to graduate school, which the Navy encourages. She knows that as a pilot, she may be sent into combat. “I’m totally prepared to do whatever the Navy wants me to do,” she says..
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I think we have taken significant action. The one thing, it kind of been something that was talked about right when we were first elected but I think it historic legislation, giving aboriginal women living on First Nations reserves the same matrimonial rights as all Canadians, including access to emergency protection orders and violent situations and things like that. You look at some of that stuff and it seems like common sense, but it hadn been done in the past, and it was our government that took those steps.
Neiberg is a professor of history at the United States Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania where he holds the Stimson Chair of History and Security. The lecture is presented in conjunction with the new feature exhibition “In the Footsteps of Sergeant York” at the Museum of East Tennessee History through July 8. A panel exhibit, “World War I and America,” from the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History will also be on view.