This presentation is an overview of how U.S. women have officially served in the military from 1901 (when we were first allowed) to the present.
After a brief summary of women’s unofficial service prior to then, Rear Admiral Sandy Adams highlights how military women contributed during World War I, World War II, Korea, Viet Nam, Desert Storm, Iraq, and Afghanistan. It is an amazing story punctuated by how their service and the nation’s needs led to changes in laws and regulations over time. This story will inspire and educate anyone, both men, and women who hear it.
$10 – General Admission
$8 – Museum Members and Military