@ Mr. 42RM : I got it, and very thank you for the detailed instruction. Being a female soldier has to overcome much more difficulty than a male soldier, especially criticising, judgement from males and the predecessors. First, I have to maintain my professional attitude and competence as a soldier , I'm not trying to set a perfect image in their eyes...but to be considerate, respect people in the unit , humbly listen and learn from them.
The fact that females are naturally weaker than males, serving in the Marines is quite more challenged and exhausted. About me, I consider myself having good health, I like sports, well-qualified at martial arts , running , swimming and yoga too... which help improve my muscles, sufficient fitness for endurance when it comes to such situation and relieve stress. And play sports with enthusiasm also trained me to become more patience and will of self-study by carefully observing and reading even without depending much on a teacher. To me, it is amazing...
PS: this summer, around June, I'm preparing to get my student visa to go to US, I don't really know how long but I will try to be fast as possible, not too urgently.