DALLAS CLAIMS LAURA IS A “HIGH-CLASS” MILITARY MILITANT
The Associated Press (AP) — Laura is a high-class woman, a “high-class soldier,” according to her military career.
She was promoted to captain, which is a rank that usually includes an annual pay raise, and the title “Captain,” and she was promoted two times.
The AP story has been published in the Associated Press, the AP’s national daily, since June 17.
She served as a commander in the Marine Corps from 2011 to 2014.
In 2016, the Marine Association of America said it would support her nomination.
Laura is an Iraq war veteran and her father was killed in combat.
“I have a high regard for the Marine community, the people of the Marine base, and I want to do everything I can to serve them in a way that I think is best for them and the nation,” she said in a video.
“They’ve seen me do my duty, I’ve seen my children do theirs, and that’s what I want them to know.”
She is a former Marine and the daughter of Army Capt. Robert H. “Bill” Laura, a member of the 4th Marine Regiment, who died in Afghanistan in 2010.
The Associated Statesman-Record reported that the Army’s top brass and the Marine Corp. are expected to release a final decision soon on Laura’s nomination.
The Marine Corps has a reputation for not keeping track of its own personnel.
The Pentagon says it has been working with the AP to make the report available to the public, and Laura’s father said the AP had no right to publish the information.
“The AP has no right, the Pentagon, to do that,” Capt. Laura said in an interview.
“We just want them out of the picture, out of our story.”
The Associated Veterans Today newspaper in Washington, D.C., published an article this week with a headline “What is a Military Militant?”
Laura’s story and the AP article were shared by the Washington, DC-based group in a letter to the AP.
“It is a war zone,” the letter reads.
“Laura has lived it.
She knows what it’s like.
She is the highest-ranking woman in her unit.
“This is a time when all of us are called to help those in need, to care for those in harm’s way. “
This is a world in which many have been forced to leave behind their families, their jobs, and their homes to serve our country. “
This is a time when all of us are called to help those in need, to care for those in harm’s way.
She has served as an officer in the Marines for the past seven years and received the Distinguished Service Medal in 2009. “
While Laura has served her country in uniform, she is a warrior, a warrior for women, and a warrior to be proud of.”
She has served as an officer in the Marines for the past seven years and received the Distinguished Service Medal in 2009.
The Army also confirmed she was a “service member of record.”
The Pentagon did not respond to a request for comment.