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That stuff is out there — I’ve known friends who were sexually assaulted while overseas, and a lot of times it was shoved aside because they didn't want to make a big fuss about it — but personally, I never had to deal with that. The first time they sent me out on a training mission she was a year and a half. The other day my son — my twins are a year old — picked up a book called .
That was when I knew I wasn’t going to last that long. He was walking around with it, and my heart just sank for a minute. You can’t be a Marine too." Part of me was super proud, but the mom part of me was like, “Oh, no.” Hopefully by the time he’s of age, there won’t be any wars for him to fight.
So, I made it a point to practice with the biggest guy — just grab a guy who was 80 or 90 pounds heavier than me and trudge him up a hill. I had filed a sexual harassment investigation against a fellow officer — and these things are not looked upon kindly.The year she started school, my company was on rotation to get sent to Afghanistan. I said, "What do you think if Mommy stays in the Marines? "And I said, "Well, they might." And she’s like, "What if you get killed? When people find out I’m a Marine, they’re like, "What?You don’t look like a Marine." What, am I supposed to have a shaved head?It was one of the best things I’ve done in my life.I don’t know if I was lucky, but I never got sexually harassed or anything like that.
But Lyndsey, 31, who spent about 13 months in Baghdad with the National Guard, says assumptions like the one that day at her school aren’t uncommon: When the average person imagines a veteran, they’re more likely to picture a gray-bearded Vietnam vet than her.