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Serrano, a woman Marine who has, in the eyes of some, broken ranks in the march of progress toward gender equality in every institution and every aspect of American life.
The show was restructured with the character of a woman Marine lawyer added.
Among the veterans was 87-year-old Pat Murray, a woman Marine who was a parachute rigger during World War II.
Pat Murray, 87, a woman Marine who rigged parachutes during World War II, will place a commemorative wreath with cemetery trustees Jack Abney, Dennis Davenport and Darth Eliopulos.
The United States Marine Corps opened up for women in February 1943, and in March that year she became a woman Marine.
``One woman Marine told me she joined because she hated her father and mother, and wanted to get away from home,'' said Korean War vet Kevin Burns, adding with a laugh: ``After being in the Marines four months, she said she now loved her father and mother, and her home.