When she was in high school, she played American f
ootball, basketball, baseball, and capitulated over her school football team.
After graduating from a flight school, McGrath began his career as an officer in weapons systems on an F / A-18 aircraft.
McGrath and Jaden Kim were the first women aviators to join the VMFA-121 squadron.
When she was only 21 years old, she was appointed second lieutenant in the Marine Corps.
When in 1987, She was only 12 years old, she wrote a letter to the U.S. Maritime Academy asking when women could swim in battle. An academy employee called her mother and said that she did not think that women could ever fly in battle. She then wrote to her representatives in the House of Representatives, the Senator, and each member of the Armed Forces Committee.
When McGrath studied at the United States Naval Academy, she also served as the director of the Maritime Academy Foreign Affairs Conference. While studying at the academy, she was also a member of the first women’s soccer team.
During her military career, she flew at least 2,000 flight hours and completed more than 85 combat missions.
2002 It was deployed six months after Manassas, Kyrgyzstan, during which 51 F / A-18D combat missions took off during Operation Strong Freedom in Afghanistan.
2012-2014 McGrath worked in the Pentagon’s Strategy and Planning Division, Department of International Relations, as a liaison for the Marine Corps with the US Department of State and the United States Agency for International Development.
2017 June 1 She left the US Maritime Service after 20 years of service.
2017 McGrath became interested in politics and posted a YouTube video about the launch of the campaign, which became very popular.
2018 Kentucky Congressional District Sixth Elections. She raised over $ 300,000.
McGrath disagrees with the 2017 Law on Reducing Taxes and Jobs. She supports the issue of climate change, believes that gays and transgender people should be able to serve in the security forces. She also opposes the abolition of Obamacare. She considers herself a fiscal conservative.