Ashley takes the helm and leads Team Tango through a series of stories of women who made history serving in the U.S. military.
CV celebrates a trio of young female sailors who serve as master helmsmen, qualified to take the wheel of the $4.5 billion aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt.
Jeff makes plan to virually visit The Color of Freedom: Honoring the Diversity of America's Service Women, an exibit at the Military Women's Memorial.
Women registering for the draft, ALA Girls State program endures amid pandemic and two women generals nominated for 4-star command.
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- Mary Ludwig Hays aka Molly Pitcher | National Women's History Museum
- Frances Clayton | History of American Women
- The Hello Girls
- Mary Edwards Walker | National Women's History Museum
- Leigh Ann Hester - Wikipedia
- Women's Armed Services Integration Act - Wikipedia
- President Lyndon B. Johnson signs Public Law 90-130. The Nov. 8, 1967, event opened promotions for women to general and flag ranks, lifted ceilings on other ranks and removed the 2 percent ceiling on the number of women allowed on active duty. Courtesy Women's Memorial
- American Legion National Commander Denise Rohan | The American Legion
- Ann E. Dunwoody, General, U.S. Army - Foundation for Women Warriors
- National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation - Military - Restaurants Recruit
- Meet the helmsmen, the Navy ship drivers just barely out of high school
- The Color of Freedom: Honoring the Diversity of America's Servicewomen · The Military Women's Memorial - Exhibits
- 100 Miles For Hope | The American Legion
- ALA Girls State
- GENERAL JACQUELINE D. VAN OVOST > U.S. Air Force > Biography Display
- Laura J. Richardson - Wikipedia
- Resolution No. 110: Support for Congressional Gold Medal for Signal Corps Female Telephone Operators of WWI
- S.692 - 117th Congress (2021-2022): A bill to award a Congressional Gold Medal to the female telephone operators of the Army Signal Corps, known as the "Hello Girls". | Congress.gov | Library of Congress