Women Airforce Service Pilots
The Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) was a paramilitary aviation organization. The WASP's predecessors, the Women's Flying Training Detachment (WFTD) and the Women's Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron (W...
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María V. Martínez
Command Sergeant Major (CSM) María V. Martínez (born c. 1960) serves as Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Director of the Army Diversity Office in the Pentagon, Washington D.C.. Recipient of two Legion o...
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Suzanne Parish
Suzanne DeLano Parish (November 13, 1922-May 12, 2010) was an American aviator, a member of the Women Airforce Service Pilots, and the co-founder of the Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum.
Parish l...
Aberdeen scandal
The Aberdeen Scandal was a military sex scandal in 1996 at Aberdeen Proving Ground, a United States Army base in Maryland. The Army brought charges against 12 commissioned and non-commissioned male of...
Selena M. Salcedo
Selena M. Salcedo was a United States Army soldier, who pleaded guilty to charges of dereliction of duty and assault in connection with the abuse of an Afghan prisoner, Dilawar, who later died.Salced...
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Johnni Black
Johnni Black (born January 14, 1968, Calumet City, Illinois) is the stage name of a former American pornographic actress, adult model, and film director.
Black attended Catholic school as a child ...
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Ruth M. Briggs
Ruth Mary Briggs (December 7, 1910 – July 2, 1985) was born in Hopkinton, Rhode Island. She served as a lieutenant colonel in the Women's Army Corps (WAC) and as secretary to General Walter Bedell Smi...
Shoshana Johnson
Shoshana Nyree Johnson (born January 18, 1973) is a Panamanian-born former United States soldier, and the first African-American female prisoner of war in the military history of the United States. Jo...
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Ann Wright
Mary Ann Wright (born 1947) is a former United States Army colonel and retired U.S. State Department official, known for her outspoken opposition to the Iraq War. She received the State Department Awa...
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Mary Elizabeth Clark
Sister Mary Elizabeth Clark (born 1938, in Pontiac, Michigan) is the main mover of the AIDS Education and Global Information System database, previously a pre-World Wide Web bulletin board system. Cla...
Jeannie Deakyne
Jeannie Deakyne née Panton is the winner of the Mrs. Texas International 2005 and Mrs. U.S. Beauties 2008 beauty pageants.
Deakyne was raised in Arlington, Texas. She graduated from Arlington High...
Alyssa Peterson
Alyssa Renee Peterson (February 29, 1976 – September 15, 2003) was a United States Army soldier, with Arabic language certification, who served with C Company, 311th Military Intelligence Battal...
Ciara Durkin
Ciara M. Durkin (July 6, 1977 – September 28, 2007), Corporal, United States Army, was a Specialist with the Massachusetts National Guard who died while deployed in Afghanistan. A U.S. Army investigat...
Kay Summersby
Kay Summersby (23 November 1908 – 20 January 1975) was a member of the British Mechanised Transport Corps during World War II, who served as chauffeur to Supreme Commander Allied Expeditionary Fo...
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Joyce L. Stevens
Major General Joyce "Joy" Stevens is the first female general officer in the Texas Army National Guard. She was promoted to brigadier general on 14 July 2006 and has more recently been promoted to Maj...
Gale Pollock
Gale S. Pollock is a retired United States Army major general who served as the Deputy Surgeon General of the United States Army from October 2006 to March 2007, and also as chief of the Army Nurse Co...
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Katie MacFarlane
Katie Macfarlane, (born Kathryn Ann Macfarlane on January 16, 1982) is a former American women's basketball player and a current U.S. Army intelligence officer. She is Army's women's basketball team's...
Michele S. Jones
Michele S. Jones was the first woman in the United States Army Reserve to reach the position of command sergeant major of the U.S. Army Reserve. She was the first female non-commissioned officer to se...
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Nadeane Walker
Nadeane Walker Anderson, known professionally by her maiden name, Nadeane Walker, (1921 – January 7, 2013) was an American journalist, foreign correspondent and former fashion editor for the Associate...
Jane Holl Lute
Jane Holl Lute served as the Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security from 2009 through 2013, after having been confirmed by the U.S. Senate on April 3, 2009. Previously, Lute was the United Nations Assi...
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Rosetta Burke
Rosetta Y. Burke (born February 28, 1937) was the first female Assistant Adjutant General of New York State and of the Army National Guard.
She was named state director of the Selective Service Sy...
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Midori (author)
Midori (美登里) is a sexuality writer, speaker, artist, and sex educator based in San Francisco, California, who writes on alternative sexual practices, including BDSM and sexual fetishism, includin...
Nilsa Cruz-Perez
Nilsa Cruz-Perez (born January 21, 1961) is an American Democratic Party politician who was sworn into office to represent the 5th Legislative District in the New Jersey Senate on December 15, 2014, t...