The National Association of

Black Military Women 
(formerly known as Black WAAC, WAC, Women in Service)

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TO TELL "HERSTORY" and TELL IT WE SHALL
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TO TELL "HERSTORY"



    The mission of the NABMW is to seek out, record and tell the history of Black Military Women.  If you are a Black Military Woman who is serving in US Armed Forces ...or if you know a Black Military Woman who has served.... or if you know a Black Military Woman who has served and passed on, we need "YOUR or THEIR STORY".  We call Your (Their) story  "HERSTORY. 

   These stories will be told to many school children, college students, TV stations, newspapers, radio stations, documentaries and all sorts of people (family and friends) who want to know about you and your experiences as a Black Military Woman.  These stories will be part of Black History, Military Women History, and History in general.  They also are interest on how the military has affect your life.  Don't be left out.  Join us and send us your information now.

      Please email your information (with pictures - limited to 3) to NABMWHERSTORY@AOL.COM  or Mail information to:   NABMW, C/O COL(RET) Kathaleen F. Harris, 5695 Pine Meadows Ct.  Morrow, Ga  30260-1053. One of the pictures should be of you in military uniform.

Please Note:  This information will be seen by all who access this web page.  All information posted to this web page is freely given by the individuals who want to tell their story or the story of someone they know.  NABMW is not responsible for the accuracy of the information posted to this web page. 


PLEASE CLICK ON "HERSTORIES"  AND  "WORLD WAR II"  TABS TO SEE THE MANY HERSTORIES


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 BLACK WOMEN MILITARY

 CONTRIBUTIONS

RESEARCH REPORT BY Ms. Jacqueline Hodge

     Many visitors have requested information about the contributions of
African American women to the military.   See what Ms. Jacqueline Hodge,
an Instructional Systems Specialist at the U.S. Armor School at Fort Knox,
Kentucky who served as a participant in the Topical Research Intern
Program at the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute (DEOMI)
in March 1995. She conducted extensive research on African-American
women and prepared this report. The Institute and the National Association
of Black Military Women thanks Ms. Hodge for her contributions to the
research efforts.  CLICK HERE FOR HER SPECIAL REPORT

 

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