Tuesday, August 27, 2019
Irma Boulet Darphin was a 20-year-old Army nurse when she landed on the shores of Utah Beach just six weeks after D-Day.
"We jumped onto the Higgins boats, and they brought us right on up to the shores because there were no docks for big ships," she said. "I felt very safe; maybe we were just too young to be frightened."
Sexual assault numbers, suicides on the rise: 'Clearly we have to do something different,’ acting Army secretary says
The number of sexual assault cases and suicides in the Army are on the rise, and the service’s new top leaders say they are looking at how to change culture at the squad level to address it.
After four years on active duty, Amy left the Army and moved back to her hometown.