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Topic - Stephanie Godman
Bullets spewed from the M240 machine gun's barrel so fast that it was practically spitting flames.
Nine times each year, the best young combat engineers and soldiers are selected by their commands to attend the 28-day Sapper Leader Course, widely regarded as one of the Army's toughest schools. Since the Army in mid-May allowed female soldiers to serve in combat support jobs below the brigade level, a few women have undertaken the course.