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Women's Radio Corps of WWI.

Spearheaded by suffragist Erna von Rodenstein Owen (Mrs. Herbert Sumner Owen, 1859–1936), the Women’s Radio Corps was created in 1917 to train female wireless operators so that male operators could be released for war service. 236 more words

Women's History

Thank You, Ma'am

I know a lot of veterans. Half of my Facebook friends are veterans, military “brats” (children of veterans), or both. Additionally, several men in my family have served in the United States military: my dad, granddad, step-dad, and dad-in-law (had to keep with the “dad” theme), just to name a few. 108 more words

Nano Poblano

Spotlight on Veterans: Navy Women in Parachute Rigger Training

There aren’t many schools that include jumping out of an airplane as part of your final exam, but that’s just what these women parachute riggers… 148 more words

Motion Pictures

Women & Naval Service: Policy & Practice

Research Paper Title

Comparison of Women’s Policies in Six International Navies.


The present study compares policies, programmes, and practices relating to women in six international navies. 231 more words

Equality & Diversity