U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Raymie G. Cruz/Released 060730-M-0000A-001.jpg
Jul 30, 2006
Sgt. Alice Dunne stages her bags on the flight line at Al Asad, Iraq, July 31, before flying to Camp Korean Village, Iraq, to train with 3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, and begin her 30-day security cycle in the Lioness Program. Eight female Marines from different units within 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing volunteered for the Lioness Program to conduct security searches of women crossing into Iraq. Dunne is an electrical equipment repair specialist, Marine Tactical Air Command Squadron 38, Marine Air Control Group 38 (Reinforced), 3rd MAW, and an Oxford, Wis., native.
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