Into the Breach 

A soldier’s view on last week’s announcement that women have the right to fight

Major Militza Rivera-Cortes didn’t feel like cooking dinner so she took her 7-year-old daughter, Isabel, out to Chili’s. When the meal was over, she found another diner had covered her tab. “It’s crazy,” she says. “Everyday, people roll down their windows…

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