Generally Speaking by Claudia J. Kennedy
A Memoir by the First Woman Promoted to Three- Star General in the United States Army

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Claudia J. Kennedy retired as the Army's first female three-star general and the highest-ranking woman ever in that branch, overseeing 45,000 soldiers worldwide. During her 32-year career she witnessed the dramatic advances made by military women, and she was a long-time champion for fairness and equality in the Army. As she recounts her experiences in a male-dominated profession, beginning as a young Women's Army Corps officer in 1969, moving through her Pentagon service as a three-star general, and ending with her retirement in 2000, General Kennedy charts the struggles and triumphs in her inspiring life and career.

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Kennedy is a retired Lt. General of the U.S. Army. She made history by being the Army's first woman to be a three-star general. She was Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence. Malcolm McConnell is the coauthor of the #1 "New York Times" bestseller "American Soldier" with Tommy Franks and "My Year" in Iraq with L. Paul Bremer III.
Published December 4, 2008 by Grand Central Publishing. 326 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, War, Literature & Fiction, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help. Non-fiction

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Beginning in a Women's Army Corps still largely restricted to clerical duties, Kennedy finished three-plus decades in the army as a senior intelligence officer during a period when military intelligence was no longer an oxymoron, but a critical element of national security.

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