Aug 6, 2019
Alison Lucas is a Major in the Canadian Army and Amber Comisso is a Lt. Commander in Canada's Navy. Both have served as peacekeepers abroad, but their jobs did not call upon their special quality -- their gender -- for dealing with women who would have avoided male Canadian soldiers. Still, they say peace operations are more successful when the military includes "ladies."
Video version August 5, 2019
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