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Photo Gallery: WB, African American Women in the Military: Past and Present
(March 10, 2012)

Images include:

  • The Intergenerational panel of African-American women veterans who shared their stories and history at the African American Women in the Military: Past and Present event in Kansas City, Mo. From left, Master Sgt. Doris Rogers (Air Force); Master Sgt. Ora L. Wiggins Reyes (Marines); Command Sgt. Maj. Doris Lewis (Army); Sgt. Maj. Katricia Lauderdale (Army); Sgt. 1st Class Dr. Ola Jones (Army); Lt. Col. Theresa Green (Army); Master Sgt. Helen Smith (Air Force); Maj. Patrice Manuel (Army).
  • Dr. Dorothy Witherspoon, Women's Bureau regional administrator (center) with the two oldest veterans who attended. Left, Navy veteran Ms. Lauralee Mason, 85, and right, Air Force veteran Ms. Helen Smith, 86.
  • Display of various uniforms worn by women veterans and their history.
  • Some of the veterans who attended the event celebrating African American Women in the Military: Past and Present outside the venue, The Black Archives of Mid-America in Kansas City, Mo.

Images include:

  • The Intergenerational panel of African-American women veterans who shared their stories and history at the African American Women in the Military: Past and Present event in Kansas City, Mo. From left, Master Sgt. Doris Rogers (Air Force); Master Sgt. Ora L. Wiggins Reyes (Marines); Command Sgt. Maj. Doris Lewis (Army); Sgt. Maj. Katricia Lauderdale (Army); Sgt. 1st Class Dr. Ola Jones (Army); Lt. Col. Theresa Green (Army); Master Sgt. Helen Smith (Air Force); Maj. Patrice Manuel (Army).
  • Dr. Dorothy Witherspoon, Women's Bureau regional administrator (center) with the two oldest veterans who attended. Left, Navy veteran Ms. Lauralee Mason, 85, and right, Air Force veteran Ms. Helen Smith, 86.
  • Display of various uniforms worn by women veterans and their history.
  • Some of the veterans who attended the event celebrating African American Women in the Military: Past and Present outside the venue, The Black Archives of Mid-America in Kansas City, Mo.