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Monday, August 24, 2015

1st enlisted women picked for submarines starting training

The first four of 38 enlisted women picked to serve on Navy submarines are starting their training at Basic Enlisted Submarine School at Groton on Monday.

The Day of New London reports the women are part of a class of 79 new students. They are in the Submarine Electronics Communications Field.

Capt. David Roberts, commanding officer to the Submarine Learning Center, tells the Day that the Groton barracks have been updated to meet the Navy’s privacy standards and senior enlisted female sailors also are arriving at the sub school to serve as mentors for the younger women.

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