Women play many different roles our lives. Some are our mothers and daughters. Others are our sisters and friends. But a few brave handful have chosen to go above and beyond to serve in our nation’s military and sacrifice their lives everyday to protect our freedom.
During this month, Women’s History Month, we think it’s time to celebrate and salute the women who make up 15% of our armed forces by learning more about their history and the work they do.
Click the “Take Quiz” button below to test your knowledge of the storied history of women in the U.S. military:
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