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Monday, April 12, 2021

One of the Navy’s first female submarine officers may be headed to the moon | The Drive

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Together with the Artemis Team, Kayla Barron could be headed to the Moon on the Artemis III mission as early as 2024. Barron’s prior experience is in the military as a US Navy Lieutenant Commander. She is one of the first cadres of U.S. Navy female officers to serve aboard the Navy’s nuclear submarine fleet. No woman has ever set foot on the moon and this makes Barron and the other eight women of the Artemis Team make a significant change in the course of history and women empowerment.

Source: https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/38069/one-of-the-navys-first-female-submarine-officers-may-be-headed-to-the-moon

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