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Vietnam Women’s Memorial 20th Anniversary Celebration

http://www.ausa.org

Wreaths Across America

http://www.wreathsacrossamerica.org

Farmer Veteran Coalition Empowering Women Veterans Conference

http://www.farmvetco.org/our-programs/farmerveteran-events

“Women Veterans ROCK!” Rally & Veterans Day Celebration

http://www.womenvetsrock.org

Vietnam Women’s Memorial 20th Anniversary Celebration

http://www.vietnamwomensmemorial.org/upcoming.php

2013 Veterans Day Celebration

http://www.womenveteransinteractive.org

2013 Women Veterans Expo

http://dva.state.wi.us/womenvets.asp

Women Are Veterans Too! Event

http://www.vietnamwomensmemorial.org/upcoming.php

AUSA Annual Meeting and Exposition

http://www.ausa.org

Officer Women Leadership Symposium (OWLS)

http://academywomen.org/events

Military Women in Transition Career Coaching Workshop

http://academywomen.org/events

Women’s Army Corps Veterans’ Association 2013 67th Annual Convention “ARMY WOMEN - PIONEERS”

http://www.armywomen.org/pdf/2013Convention.pdf

Year of Military Women Series: Panel Discussion on Sexual Assault

As a part of the Year of Military Women (YOMW), the Navy Memorial will host a panel discussion on the positive steps the military has taken to combat sexual harassment and assault – Sexual Assault Prevention and Response. It will be held on Wednesday, July 31st, at the Navy Memorial. There will be a reception at 5:30 and the panel discussion will start at 6:30pm.

Speakers and panel members are:
Opening Remarks/Welcome
--Secretary of Defense Hagel (invited)
Moderator
--VADM Sally Brice-O’Hara, USCG (Ret)
Panel Members
US Army
--LTG Howard Bromberg, USA --OR--
--MG Thomas Seamands
US Navy
--VCNO ADM Mark E. Ferguson, USN
US Marine Corps
--ACMC Gen John Paxton USMC
US Air Force
-- Maj Gen Margaret Woodward, USAF
US Coast Guard
--VCCG VADM John Currier, USCG

The Navy Memorial is located at 701 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC. It is reachable by metro using the Yellow lines Archives-Navy Memorial station. Parking is available at the PMI lot on D Street.

The event is free and open to the public. Seating is limited and those wishing to attend must have reservations. Reserve your seat.

Independence Day

Women Veterans Interactive 2013 Women Veterans Golf Tournament

http://www.womenveteransinteractive.org/events.html

AUSA ILW Mission Command Symposium

http://www.ausa.org/meetings/2013/

Massachusetts Conference for Women Veterans

http://www.mass.gov/veterans/women-veterans/conference-women-veterans/conference-for-women-vets.html

33rd National Veterans Wheelchair Games

http://www.va.gov/opa/speceven/wcg/index.asp

Memorial Day Ceremony at the Women’s Memorial

The Women’s Memorial 16th annual Memorial Day ceremony will be held at 4 p.m., May 27, 2013. The ceremony, one of the major Memorial Day programs in the nation’s capital, is free and open to the public and includes formal military honors, a keynote address, wreath-layings and the Memorial’s signature event, the scattering of rose petals in tribute to departed comrades. Members of the public are invited to join in the personal tribute segment of the program.

Washington Township High School junior to unveil memorial for female veterans at Memorial Day ceremony

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“Honoring Women Veterans”

Candlelight Vigil Sunday May 26 at 7:30PM at the Town Green and Memorial Day Parade Monday May 27 at 2:00. [ more ]

Promoting Our Women Warriors of Wyoming

http://www.cheyenne.va.gov/

1st Annual Vietnam Veterans Tribute

Sponsored by the Army Women’s Foundation and the Vietnam War Commemoration Program

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  • AWF Leadership getting ready for the first Vietnam Veterans Tribute at the Tuckahoe Inn on the Jersey ShoreAWF Leadership getting ready for the first Vietnam Veterans Tribute at the Tuckahoe Inn on the Jersey Shore
  • Dee McWilliams, AWF President with Vietnam Nurses Liz Shields, Peggy McMahon, and Flo SullivanDee McWilliams, AWF President with Vietnam Nurses Liz Shields, Peggy McMahon, and Flo Sullivan
  • Dee McWilliams, AWF President, and Peggy Trossen, AWF Executive Director, holding up the Commemorative Flag of the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam WarDee McWilliams, AWF President, and Peggy Trossen, AWF Executive Director, holding up the Commemorative Flag of the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War
  • Yvonne Schilz, Vietnam War Commemoration, making a presentation to the AWF in honor of AWF's support of Vietnam Servicewomen and menYvonne Schilz, Vietnam War Commemoration, making a presentation to the AWF in honor of AWF's support of Vietnam Servicewomen and men
  • Our host Tyson Merryman, Vietnam Veteran, and friendsOur host Tyson Merryman, Vietnam Veteran, and friends
  • Arlene Greenfield, AWF Board of DirectorsArlene Greenfield, AWF Board of Directors
  • Yvonne Schilz, Vietnam War Commemoration, with Peggy Trossen, AWF PresidentYvonne Schilz, Vietnam War Commemoration, with Peggy Trossen, AWF President
  • Vietnam NursesVietnam Nurses

AWF 5th Annual Symposium and Hall of Fame Luncheon

podcast.awfdn.org | Press Release

DAV Mid-Winter Conference

www.dav.org

AUSA's ILW Aviation Symposium and Exposition

www.ausa.org

Wreaths Across America

www.wreathsacrossamerica.org

Annual Women’s Memorial Veterans Day Program

www.womensmemorial.org

"Women Veterans ROCK!" Rally & Veterans Day Celebration

www.womenvetsrock.org

Women Are Veterans Too! Event

www.mass.gov/veterans/women-veterans

AUSA Annual Meeting and Exposition

www.ausa.org

Women Veterans Empowerment and Unification Brunch Cruise

www.womenveteransinteractive.org

Women's Memorial Celebrates 15 Years

www.womensmemorial.org

WAC Band Reunion

WAC Memorial Chapel, Fort McClellan

Officer Women Leadership Symposium (OWLS)

http://academywomen.org/events

Military Women in Transition Career Coaching Workshop

http://academywomen.org/events

Women’s Army Corps Veterans’ Association 2012 Annual Convention “ARMY WOMEN UNITED“

http://www.armywomen.org/pdf/2012Convention.pdf

Women Veterans Interactive 1st Annual New York City Women Veterans Empowerment and Unification Cruise

AWF is proud to be a sponsor of the Women Veterans Interactive 1st Annual New York City Women Veterans Empowerment and Unification Cruise on July 29! For more information, please click here!

SISTERS IN SERVICE HOLIDAY LUNCHEON

For more information, click here to see the flyer.

AUSA 2011 Annual Meeting & Exposition

Visit www.ausa.org for more information on this informative event!

National Veteran Small Business Conference

http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=124342794311687

To view the flyer, please click here.

Attention all Army women

I want to let all of our Business and Professional Women’s Foundation friends and supporters know that we are joining with the WNBA’s Chicago Sky to salute women veterans on August 12 at 7:30 pm when they play the Minnesota Lynx.

AMVETS 67th National Convention

http://www.amvets.org/pdfs/Events/AMVETS-2011-Convention-EXPO-Prospectus.pdf

Disabled American Veterans National Convention

http://www.dav.org/news/UpcomingEvents.aspx

AUSA’s ILW Army Combined Arms Maneuver Symposium and Exposition

http://www.ausa.org/meetings/2011/symposia/11_Armycombinedarms/Pages/
AUSA'sILWArmyFiresSymposiumExposition.aspx

AUSA's ILW Army Medical Symposium & Exposition

http://www.ausa.org/meetings/2011/symposia/medcom/Pages/
AUSA'sILWArmyMedicalSymposiumExposition.aspx

2011 National Training Summit on Women Veterans

http://www.va.gov/womenvet/

The Female Warrior Program: Sophocles’ Ajax at The Women’s Memorial

http://www.womensmemorial.org

Wreath Laying Ceremony at the WWII Memorial

http://www.wwiimemorial.com/

National Memorial Day Concert 2011

Project New Hope Retreat for Veterans

www.projectnewhopema.org

AUSA's ILW Army Sustainment Symposium & Exposition

http://www.ausa.org/meetings/2011/symposia/sustainment2011/Pages/
AUSA'sILWArmySustainmentSymposiumExposition.aspx

AUSA's ILW Army Installations Symposium & Exposition

http://www.ausa.org/meetings/2011/symposia/installations/Pages/
AUSA'sILWArmyInstallationsSymposiumExposition.aspx

Sea Service Leadership Association 24th Annual Women's Leadership Symposium

The Sea Service Leadership Association (SSLA) has opened registration for its 24th Annual Women's Leadership Symposium, the largest gathering of women in the uniform nationwide. Themed “Connect. Empower. Succeed,” this year’s symposium will offer women from all service branches an opportunity to focus on their leadership development. The symposium will take place March 15-16, 2011 at the Sheraton Hotel and Marina in San Diego, Calif. Attendees can register at www.sealeader.org until March 7, 2011.

AUSA's ILW Winter Symposium & Exposition

http://www.ausa.org/meetings/2011/symposia/winter/Pages/
AUSA'sILWWinterSymposiumExposition.aspx

AUSA's ILW ARMY Aviation Symposium & Exposition

http://www.ausa.org/meetings/2011/symposia/aviation/Pages/
AUSA'sILWAviationSymposiumExpostion.aspx

Carrying Democracy and Feminism in Black Women's Military Knapsacks

Fort Des Moines, IA - http://www.fortdesmoines.org

Veteran's Day 2010

Friends of the National WWII Memorial, Women In Military Service For America Memorial Foundation, and The Army Women's Foundation Joined Together to Bring a Special Veterans Day Event: “A Salute to the Women of World War II”

To read more on this event, click here.

2010 Rose Petal Ceremony and Luncheon

Branson, MO - http://www.bransonwomenveterans.com/page/page/2491692.htm

Women Are Veterans Too! Sixth Annual Celebration

Boston, MA - www.mass.gov/?pageID=veteransterminal&L=2&L0=Home&L1=Wo
men+Veterans&sid=Eveterans&b=terminalcontent&f=womens_network&csid=Eveterans

AUSA’s 2010 Annual Meeting & Exposition

Washington, D.C. - AUSA Site

We had a great turnout at our booth during AUSA!  View the slideshow to see some of the people who stopped by!

“When Janey Comes Marching Home: Portraits of Women Combat Veterans”

This exhibit concluded at WIMSA, but may be viewed at the National Museum of the Marine Corps (Triangle, Virginia, Jul 10 - Oct 9, 2011).  For more information about the exhibit, please visit http://janeycomeshome.com.

2010 Annual Symposium and Hall of Fame Luncheon

The U.S. Army Women’s Foundation hosted its 2nd Annual Army Women in Transition Symposium and Hall of Fame Luncheon on Capitol Hill with more than 200 people attending the two events. Read the press release.

AUSA Winter Symposium

Fort Lauderdale, FL - http://www.ausa.org/

Veterans Day

Women Veterans Rose Petal Memorial & Luncheon

Branson, MO - http://www.bransonveterans.com/

U.S. Army Warrant Officers Association Annual Meeting

Salt Lake City, UT - http://www.usawoa.org/

2009 WACVA National Convention

“Camaraderie South West Style”
Executive Board Meeting — August 19th
Board of Directors Meeting — August 20th
Convention August 21–23

Visit the WACVA site for more information about the convention.

AUSA’s 2009 Annual Meeting & Exposition

A Professional Development Forum
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
Washington, D.C.

Come and visit us at booth 142 to learn more about the Foundation and register for our drawing!

Visit the AUSA site for more info about the 2009 Annual Meeting & Exposition.

Inaugural Symposium and Luncheon — Army Women in Transition

More info here.

The symposium was supported by the following:

Keller

Lockheed Martin

Raytheon

TriWest Healthcare Alliance

Freedom Team Salute

Celebrating Women in the Army

Visit http://www.armyg1.army.mil/hr/wita/ for more info.

4th Annual Academy Women Symposium

The annual leadership symposium provides the opportunity to network with like-minded colleagues and to grow professionally and personally through keynote messages and panel discussions. Up to 300 current and former women military officers, cadets, midshipmen, guests and affiliates are expected to attend the symposium from around the nation. This symposium is extremely well done, draws top speakers on topics of direct interest to military women in all services. It is an outstanding experience and highly recommended.

Visit www.academywomen.org to learn more about the 4th Annual Symposium.

WIMSA 10th anniversary

Held at various locations in Washington D.C. and at the Women’s Memorial, Arlington, VA

Women’s Memorial 10th Anniversary Celebration will take place Thursday, November 1 through Saturday, November 3, 2007. Plans include a gala on the night of November 1. This formal event will be held at the Great Hall of the National Building Museum, an extraordinary place that has been the site for many Presidential Inaugural Balls beginning in 1885. The reunion program will be on Friday, November 2, at the DC Armory. This will be time for fun and camaraderie. The anniversary observance is scheduled for early afternoon Saturday, November 3 at the Memorial. The program is expected to include formal military honors, remarks by former and current military women representing each of the services as well as senior Department of Defense and other government officials. The closing event will be a candlelight march from the Lincoln Memorial to the Women’s Memorial, a favorite event for many attending the dedication celebration 10 years ago. If you are thinking about attending the 10th Anniversary Celebration, please let WIMSA know by e-mailing 10anniv@womensmemorial.org or by calling 703-533-1155 or 800-222-2294 — to help in planning event attendance.

Visit the WIMSA website at www.womensmemorial.org for more information.

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