Today’s highlight features WWII Marine Corps Reservist Muriel “Dolly” Ruble and Army veteran Jessie Miller, one of the original “lionesses” in the Iraq War.
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Believe it or not, many women Veterans do not self-identify as Veterans. According to Dr. Laura Miller, psychiatrist and medical director of reproductive mental health
Collection of post highlights of Oregon women veterans for Women’s Military History Week 2021.
Today’s highlight features WWII WASP Geraldine “Jerry” Hardman Jordan who grew up in Ontario, Oregon and was inspired by Charles Lindbergh to learn to fly, and Vietnam-era Navy veteran Christine Lundberg, longtime public servant and former mayor of Springfield, Oregon.
Governor Brown Proclaims March 14-20 “Women’s Military History Week” in Oregon.
During the Vietnam War, more than 265,000 American women served the military and 11,000 women served in Vietnam, with 90% working as volunteer nurses. Responsibilities
Air Force personnel from the 96th Medical Group stands at parade rest as part of an all-female formation prior to the base retreat ceremony on
Transitioning servicewomen and recently separated women Veterans have access to information about VA women’s health services through the Women’s Health Transition Training course. The online, self-paced
Women are the fastest growing demographic in the U.S. military and Veteran populations, and VA stands ready to provide resources. There are currently more than
Earning and restoring trust is a VA priority. Due to the difference in trust amongst women Veterans versus male Veterans, VA is making an extra
VA’s Center for Women Veterans (CWV) is seeking nominees for the 2021 Women Veterans Trailblazers Initiative 2.0. The initiative defines a “women Veteran Trailblazer” as
The VA Women Veterans Quick Start Guide (QSG) provides clear and concise information on how to apply for benefits and access VA health care. How to schedule regular