queen for a year
 n.— «“Queen for a Year.” You won’t find the phrase in the dictionary or any compilation of military terms. But say it among soldiers, and they’ll know immediately what you mean. That’s what we’ve called American women at war since nurses traveled to Vietnam in the sixties.» —by Kayla Williams Love My Rifle More Than You Aug. 25, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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