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The first Marine Corps enlistee, Opha May Johnson, was actually the first of 305 women who signed up that day. She just happened to be at the head of the line so her name has endured and is still revered.
180302-M-TR039-860.JPG Photo By: Keith Hayes

Mar 12, 2018
MARINE CORPS LOGISTICS BASE BARSTOW - The first Marine Corps enlistee, Opha May Johnson, was actually the first of 305 women who signed up that day. She just happened to be at the head of the line so her name has endured and is still revered.


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