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Joker, a 4-year-old military working dog. (USAREC photo by Alun Thomas)

Takiyah Carroll uses warmup weights for deadlifting, which is one of the requirements of the Occupational Physical Assessment Test required that all Future Soldiers take prior to shipping to boot camp Carroll, who is now 19 years old, left February 1, 2017. (Photo Credit: David Vergun).

Female enlistee among first to report for infantry training

WASHINGTON (Army News Service) -- When Takiyah Carroll told friends and family she was joining the Army, everyone congratulated her.

When she added "going infantry," their reaction was very different, she said.

Until this year, joining an infantry, field artillery or special operations unit wasn't even possible for female enlistees, so people aren't quite used to this yet, she said.

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February 2017 USAREC Promotions

Congratulations to the U.S. Army Recruiting Command Soldiers who were promoted Feb. 1!

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