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Women in Service

A federal judge dismissed a military nonprofit's claims against the Department of Defense over its "Leaders First" policy requiring two or more women in Army or Marine Corps units before junior women servicemembers can be assigned to it, finding the nonprofit must prove the policy affects one of its members.

SAN FRANCISCO -- A federal judge on Thursday dismissed a military nonprofit's claims against the Department of Defense over its "Leaders First" policy requiring two or more women in Army or Marine Corps units before junior women servicemembers can be assigned to it, finding the nonprofit must prove the policy affects one of its members.

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