AMVETS, one of the "Big Six" veterans service organizations, now has its first female national commander with the election of retired Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Jan Brown. Brown, a 27-year veteran who spent 15 years in recruiting, said, "I thank my AMVETS family for putting their confidence in me to lead this organization." Her election reflects the increasing number of women ascending to top leadership posts as their numbers increase in both the military and veterans groups. Read more on Military.com.
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