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Born in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. Father is a retired U.S. Army colonel, mother is a homemaker. Two older brothers. Attended University of Oklahoma, 1986–89 under Reserve Officers Training Corp (ROTC) program, majoring in Political Science. Entered regular U.S. Army upon graduation. Served in Kuwait, 1991. Recruited into U.S. Special Operations Psychological Operations (PSYOPS), 1992. Served in Bosnia, 1996–97. In 1998 was selected to take part in U.S. Army trial introduction of women into special operations ground combat forces. Trained with 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta (1st SFOD-D, "Delta Force") . Married since 1993. Husband is a lieutenant in U.S. Army, stationed in Frankfurt, Germany. One child, a daughter, born 1995. Raymond is extremely self-reliant and resourceful. An excellent combat soldier, she is also well-versed in a variety of types of psychological warfare, and understand how both soldiers and civilians react under the stress of combat. Although an experienced officer, she is too much of a loner to be at her best as a team lead and will be used to maximum advantage in a support role. She doesn't talk much, and weighs her words carefully when she does speak.