FOX 7 News
By: Jennifer Kendall
NOV 18 2016
“I've wanted to be a combat MOS since I was about seven,” Landes said.For the first time in history a woman graduated as a cavalry scout in the U.S. Army.
Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center at Fort Hood
Five and a half years ago Sgt. Kayci Landes became a soldier, but there were still some restrictions for females in the military and her dream of serving in a military occupational specialty seemed like it would never come true.
Back in March, the army announced it would begin integrating women into all military occupations specialties. Meaning they could begin serving in the infantry, armor and special forces.
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