Captain Lillian Kinkella Keil, USAF
Colonel Ruby Bradley, United States Army
Colonel Irene O. Galloway, United States Army
Colonel Mary Louise Rasmuson, United States Army
Master Chief Petty Officer Anna Der-Vartanian, USN (left) shakes hands with Major General Jeanne Holm, USAF (right)
Captain Ruth Alice Erickson, USN
Lieutenant colonel Mercedes O. Cubria, United States Army
Chief Warrant Officer 3 Rose Franco, USMC (ret.)
Colonel Barbara J. Bishop, USMC
Colonel Ruth A. Lucas, USAF
Colonel Jeanette I. Sustad, USMC
Brig. Gen. Anna Mae Hays, Army (ret.)
Brig. Gen. Elizabeth P. Hoisington, Army
Brig. Gen. Mildred Inez Caroon Bailey, Army
Major General Jeanne Holm, USAF
Rear Admiral Alene Duerk, USN (ret.)
Captain Judith Neuffer, USN (ret.)
Major General Mary E. Clarke, Army
Lieutenant Kathleen Byerly, USN
Rear Admiral Fran McKee, USN
Captain Linda Garcia Cubero, USAF (ret.)
Brigadier General Wilma Vaught, USAF (ret.)
Brig. Gen. Margaret A. Brewer, USMC
Rabbi Bonnie Koppell
Lt. Gen Michelle D. Johnson, USAF (ret.)
Lt Col Olga E. Custodio, USAF, (ret.)
Lieutenant commander Barbara Allen Rainey, USN
Rear admiral (lower half) Grace Hopper, USN
BG Sherian Cadoria, United States Army (ret.)
Brigadier General Carmelita Vigil-Schimmenti, USAF (ret.)
Captain Kathryn D. Sullivan, USN (ret.)
Rear Admiral Sandra L. Stosz, USCG
BG Rhonda Cornum, United States Army (ret.)
Dr. Sheila Widnall
Col. Jeannie Leavitt, USAF
Captain Jane Skiles O'Dea, USN (ret). Pictured with her is her flight school classmate Captain Rosemary Bryant Mariner to her left.
Captain Kathryn P. Hire, USN
Vice Admiral Vivien Crea, USCG (ret.)
Catherine Small Long, USN (ret.)
LtCol Sarah Deal, USMC
Lieutenant Kara Hultgreen, USN
Col. Martha McSally, USAF (ret.)
Major General Marcelite J. Harris, USAF (ret.)
Vice Admiral Patricia Ann Tracey, USN (ret.)
Major General Rosetta Burke, United States Army (ret.)
LtGen Carol Mutter, USMC (ret.)
Colonel Ann Wright, United States Army (ret.)
Major General Martha Rainville, USAF (ret.)
LTG Claudia J. Kennedy, United States Army, (ret.)
Captain Heather Wilson, USAF (ret.)
RDML Lillian E. Fishburne, USN (ret.)
Rear Admiral (lower half) Deborah Loewer, USN (ret.)
Vice Admiral Sally Brice-O'Hara, USCG (ret.)
Admiral Michelle Howard, USN.
Major Carol A. DiBattiste, USAF (ret.)
Rear Admiral (Lower Half) Linda J. Bird, USN (ret.)























































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