I learned so much about the women who served in the US military from the revolutionary war to the present. when you go, watch the videos, they are very thought provoking!
This is a really nice attraction that gives you a real insight into the contribution the women make to America's military efforts. The sad part of the visit is the section where you get to read the details of those who lost their lives on active service; many are beautiful young ladies in their 20's with their whole lives ahead... More
This is not a giant sculpture. It is a building with some wonderful historical exhibits. There are photographs of women from the 1900's to the present day with their own words about their service. Women veterans are encouraged to register with their own memories. There are displays of uniforms and other memorabilia. This museum really impresses you with all the... More
We stumbled across this museum while visiting Arlington. Because we were hot and sweaty, an air-conditioned building appealed to us. :) I was pleasantly surprised with the exhibit and was especially touched when watching a video clip with interviews of Vietnam nurses. They brought a new perspective to me.
This is a glass (panes) memorial to the women who served in the military. On a very busy Memorial Day at Arlington, not many people stopped to view this memorial.
Don't overlook this memorial when at Arlington Cemetery, it is an interesting memorial and very educational.
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