Retired Lt. Col. Kathy La Sauce, known as a mobility legend within the community and the Air Force, broke barriers.
When you think "U.S. Navy," do you think "badass women?" Because you should.
Think the Coast Guard is just about boats and rescues? Think again.
Since starting the project, Air Force veteran Stacy Pearsall has taken photos of almost 7,000 veterans in 27 states.
Women make up 20 percent of the Air Force, 19 percent of the Navy, 15 percent of the Army and 9 percent of the Marine Corps.
From a computer genius to a popular sitcom star, talented women have made their mark in the U.S. military.
Queen Elizabeth II is the only head of state to have served in World War II.
"It was my last chance to try and recover the aircraft or I would be riding a parachute down into central Baghdad."
Growing up on a farm had big effects on Col. Leslie Maher, the new commander of the 375th Air Mobility Wing at Scott AFB.
Air Force Tech. Sgt. Jennifer Brown was the only female in the 2018 Texas Military Department Best Warrior Competition.
The U.S. Court of Federal Claims published a ruling in favor of a motion to dismiss the case brought by Nathan Sommers.
Those losses hastened the war's conclusion but were not solely responsible for it, two historians say.
Sara Faulkner had the "it" factor as the first woman to graduate from the Coast Guard's helicopter rescue swimmer school.
The date for the move, as well as the location in Poland, has not been announced, but it will take place in 2021.
The UH-60L took off from the St. Cloud Army Aviation Support Facility on Dec. 5 and went missing for almost two hours.