Every March Military.com marks women's history month by recognizing the contributions made and the glass ceilings broken each day by women in the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard.
Female members of the U.S. Military have not always receive the recognition they’ve earned. Yet from sea, to ground, to sky and beyond, women have worn the battle flag of the United States of America and have bravely served in her name. We honor them.
Petty Officer 2nd Class Courtney Gamache is a machinery technician by day and studies calculus and engineering by night.
It has been eight years since the Navy lifted its ban on women in submarines. Women are focused on doing their jobs well.
About 269,000 women veterans are registered at the memorial. Roughly three million women have served in the U.S. military.
The American Legion elected its first female national commander at the conclusion of its annual convention.
On Tuesday, 2nd Lt. Mariah Klenke became the first female officer to graduate from the Marines' Assault Amphibian Officer...
The military has addressed realities of sexual assault in its ranks for years, but is largely absent from the movement.
A female Marine lieutenant quietly crossed one of the last remaining hurdles for women in the service Monday.