Chilean Navy Opens Military Service to Women
May 1, 2018: For the first time in the history of the Chilean Navy, women joined its voluntary military service. In early April, the Navy welcomed the women who will be part of the institution's first female class.
More than 500 women participated in the selection process, of which 30 made it to the military service. A total of 359 young men and women officially joined the Navy on April 6th, at the Naval Recruit Training Center (CENIR, in Spanish), located on Quiriquina Island in the Bay of Concepción.
Read more: Chilean Navy Opens Military service to Women (dialogo-americas.com)
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