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Ocean Springs woman sets milestone in U.S. Army

Lakota Lancaster of Ocean Springs has become the first female from Mississippi to qualify for combat duty in the Army. She has just finished her basic training and will return to Ft. Banning, Ga., for her Ranger training before an expected deployment next year.

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In one of the most disturbing recent audits of VA health care, a new Government Accountability Office report criticizes medical leaders at all levels of the Department of Veterans Affairs for failing to follow their own policies for reporting incompetent and unprofessional health care providers to state licensing boards and a National Practitioner Data Bank, routine steps to protect patients from harm.

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Ocean Springs woman sets milestone in U.S. Army

Lakota Lancaster of Ocean Springs has become the first female from Mississippi to qualify for combat duty in the Army. She has just finished her basic training and will return to Ft. Banning, Ga., for her Ranger training before an expected deployment next year.
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