AWF is always inspired by the stories and people we learn about through the Army Women's Hall of Fame. Tell us who we need to know about and who we should recognize in 2020 at the Army Women's Hall of Fame induction ceremony. To learn about eligibility and criteria to nominate some one please visit our site.
Congratulations to CSM Michael Grinston who was selected as 16th Sergeant Major of the Army. General Mark A. Milley said, "He is a world class leader who stands out among our exceptional Noncommissioned Officer Corps. He is the right Noncommissioned Officer to lead our Army into the future."
Happy Independence Day, July 4th! The US is celebrating 243 years since the Declaration of Independence was signed.
Please remember to be courteous with your fireworks for our sister and brothers with PTSD as you are enjoying your weekend.
In Beyond the Point (Amazon) a new novel inspired by the women of West Point, author Claire Gibson paints a setting with intricate details that are very Army-centric, but the focus of the story is about universal truths, and common struggles, of close friendship.
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 deadline to transfer GI Bill benefits is July 12th. Soldiers with over 16 years of service who want to transfer their Post-9/11 GI Bill to a dependent must do so before July 12 or risk losing the ability to transfer education benefitsLearn more.
A new task force to highlight ‘forgotten’ and 'invisible’ women veterans. The United States has nearly 2 million women veteranstoday, but Rep. Julia Brownley thinks many Americans never really see them.Read more.
Retired Lt. Gen. Kevin W. Mangum was inducted into the Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services recently. The committee provides the defense secretary with advice and recommendations.