Changes include: "antitank missleman" becomes "antitank gunner," "field artillery operations man" becomes "field artillery operations chief," and "reconnaissance man" becomes "reconnaissance Marine," the Post reported.
Some position names will remain the same, including, "rifleman" and "mortarman," The Marine Corps Times reported.
The ones that were not changed were left because they're part of the Marine Corps history, an unidentified Marine official told the Times.
"Manpower officer" and "vertical takeoff unmanned aerial vehicle specialist" will also include man because the it doesn't describe the person.
The Navy is also reviewing position names, looking to remove "man" from 21 titles and rates. No decision for sailors has been issued, and the Navy has asked for a second review of the proposals.
On the potential chopping block: corpsman, yeoman and seaman, the Times reported.
The second review could take months.
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