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Col. Denise M. Donnell, left, discusses mission requirements for the New York Air National Guard. Making a Difference
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Tuesday May 19, 2015

Col. Denise M. Donnell has chased pirates in the South China Sea and flown all manner of aircraft, from the sub-hunting P-3 Orion to the massive, cargo-carrying C-5 Galaxy. But perhaps one of the best parts of her job brings her to Antarctica each austral summer.
Katy House reaches for a wrench while working on a Challenger tractor. Crossing the Gender Gap
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Friday January 02, 2015

Katy House thought she would live a fairly conventional life and be married with children at her age. Instead, at 27, she is the first woman in the world to travel on the thousand-mile-long South Pole operations Traverse, or SPoT, as a diesel mechanic.

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