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Women in the Corps of Cadets

In 1973, North Georgia was the first of six senior military colleges and every federal service academy to accept women into the Corps of Cadets. The University of North Georgia assisted some of the aforementioned institutions with the transition to admitting female cadets by providing a copy of their cadet rules and regulations manual, better known as the “blue book” and hosting them for on-campus visits. UNG was also the first to promote a female to the highest ranking position in the Corps of Cadets (Cadet Brigade Commander).

UNG Women in the Corps Documentary
Depicts Lieutenant Estrada's journey through her years as a Cadet in the Boar's Head Brigade at the University of North Georgia.

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