Katie Smith (left) and Lakoda Kissee recently became the first female University of Mississippi Army ROTC graduates to be commissioned into combat roles for the Mississippi Army National Guard. Smith will begin her training to serve as an armor officer in January, while Kissee is undergoing training to serve as an infantry officer.
Appeals Modernization is Here. The new VA Appeals Modernization process provides a quicker review of your disagreement with a VA claim decision. Learn more about how the process works by watching their short video.
'Lizzy McGuire' Actress, Carly Schroeder, now a US Soldier. Her father was a Green Beret and her brother is a Marine. "(My father) said, think about it, talk to every branch and pick which one is best for you. I picked the Army."
Inspire us! The Army Women's Foundation is looking for individuals who have had a direct and exceptional impact on Army women to induct into the Army Women's Hall of Fame. It is not required for them to have served in the Army to receive recognition. Nominate someone today!
The U.S. Army Women’s Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization headquartered in Fort Lee, Virginia. The mission of the Army Women’s Foundation is to promote public interest in the Army and recognize and honor the service of all U.S. Army women.
The workforce of tomorrow depends on creating opportunities for military-connected women today. Currently,women make up 17%of the U.S. military, and their service often equips them with vocational skills in high demand across the civilian labor market, including in fields like data analytics, cyber security and a variety of STEM occupations. Read more.
Changes to GI Bill transfer rules delayed until next year after DOD received feedback about the change.