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With guidance to other women soldiers, Rusin guides the reader through the straight and narrow of the martial trenches, with examples as to what women can do to succeed in any job anywhere.
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In 1969 when Colonel Rusin entered the army, women soldiers were assisgned to the Women's Army Corps. Times changed rapidly and as a captain she became one of the first women to command a mixed genter company. Colonel Rusin served in a variety of staff positions at all levels including NATO headquarters, and she had the distinction of being the army's most senior woman commander in Desert Storm.From Publishers Weekly:
Colonel Jo B. Rusin, U.S. Army (Ret.), knows what it means to be a pioneer. When she commanded a brigade during Desert Storm, she became the most senior woman ever to have led in battle. Rusin originally intended her book, Move to the Front: A Guide to Success for the Working Woman, to provide guidance to other women soldiers, but she knew its message would be valuable for women in the battlefield of the workplace, and indeed it is. Following her first piece of advice "don't be afraid" Rusin guides the reader through the straight and narrow of the martial trenches, though each of her military examples illustrates what women can do to succeed in any job anywhere.
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