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Behind-the-scenes photos give a rare glimpse at women's lives in the military

Marines have to be able to carry one another if necessary. USMC Cpl. Gabrielle Green hefts a fellow marine as they ready for deployment on a Navy ship at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Of the 38,000 recruits who enter the corps each year, about 3,500 are women— or, in USMC phrasing, 'female marines.' Lynsey Addario/National Geographic

Photographer Lynsey Addario has been covering the military for over 20 years.She took photos of women in militaries around the world for National Geographic.She says, in her experience, most women in the military want to be seen as fighters, not women, but maintain their femininity in subtle ways.Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

There are more women in the US military now than there have ever been before. With women's increasing participation and leadership come new opportunities to share their stories from the front lines.

Photographer Lynsey Addario has been covering the military for over 20 years. For her latest photo series in National Geographic's November 2019 issue, she followed women in different militaries around the world, capturing intimate portraits of their training and everyday life.

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Behind-the-scenes photos give a rare glimpse at women's lives in the military

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Behind-the-scenes photos give a rare glimpse at women's lives in the military

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Photographer Lynsey Addario has been covering the military for over 20 years. She took photos of women in militaries around the world for National Geographic. She says, in her experience, most women in the military want to be seen as fighters, not women, but maintain their femininity in subtle ways. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. There are more women in the US military now than there have ever been before. With women's increasing participation and leadership come new opportunities to share their stories from the front lines. Photographer Lynsey Addario has been covering the military for over 20 years. For her latest photo series in National Geographic's November 2019 issue, she followed women in different militaries around the world, capturing intimate portraits of their training and everyday life.

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Behind-the-scenes photos give a rare glimpse at women's lives in the militaryBehind-the-scenes photos give a rare glimpse at women's lives in the military

Photographer Lynsey Addario has been covering...

Behind-the-scenes photos give a rare glimpse at women's lives in the military

Features,Military,Women,Marines,Photography,around the world

Behind-the-scenes photos give a rare glimpse at women's lives in the military

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2019-12-02T22:48:29+01:00

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Photographer Lynsey Addario has been covering the military for over 20 years. She took photos of women in militaries around the world for National Geographic. She says, in her experience, most women in the military want to be seen as fighters, not women, but maintain their femininity in subtle ways. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. There are more women in the US military now than there have ever been before. With women's increasing participation and leadership come new opportunities to share their stories from the front lines. Photographer Lynsey Addario has been covering the military for over 20 years. For her latest photo series in National Geographic's November 2019 issue, she followed women in different militaries around the world, capturing intimate portraits of their training and everyday life.

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