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Military's First Female Four-Star General

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Military's First Female Four-Star General

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Military's First Female Four-Star General

Military's First Female Four-Star General

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The Army now has the first woman four-star general in the history of the American armed forces. Gen. Ann Dunwoody grew up in an Army family — her father served in World War II, Korea and Vietnam. Now, his daughter will lead the Army Materiel Command.

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