Female Navy Medical Chief – Monday, June 15, 2015
These sailors are getting ready to deploy to a secret location. They will board vessels in search of guns and drug and the U.S. Navy Medical Chief, Allison Levy, has instructions for them that could save their lives. Allison has been training sailors for over two decades and uses realistic situation to test their responses.
Women can apply for and hold any job in the Navy, but cannot join the Navy Seals or Navy SWCC operations. Today, there are 59,000 women serving in the U.S. Navy.
When the uniform comes off, Allison is a business owner and creates and sells sports wear. She is also a wife, an educator, and a woman who is breaking barriers to keep those who serve safe. Allison just signed up for 6 more years and plans on making it her career.