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  • VIDEO: JBLM Sgt. Kayci Landes offers advice to women joining Army

    Sgt. Kayci Landes, an Apache helicopter mechanic at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, is the first woman to re-enlist as a cavalry scout in the Army. She offers her advice to women interested in joining the Army and looking at combat roles.

VIDEO: JBLM Sgt. Kayci Landes offers advice to women joining Army

Sgt. Kayci Landes, an Apache helicopter mechanic at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, is the first woman to re-enlist as a cavalry scout in the Army. She offers her advice to women interested in joining the Army and looking at combat roles.
Kenny Ocker kocker@thenewstribune.com