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Senate Passes Sole Source Auth.for WOSB Procurement Program

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              Senate Passes Women’s Small Business Provision in Defense Bill Cantwell-backed provision would give parity to women-owned small businesses in federal contracting WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell, Chairwoman of the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, cheered Senate passage of legislation she introduced to ensure […]

Army Veteran T. Hill Speaks Gratitude

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            Hello Mrs. Petty, I would like to personally thank you for your generosity, compassion and understanding in regards to considering and referring my family to be sponsored for this Christmas Season!  The gifts received were definitely needed and are extremely appreciated. Honestly, it was a bit uncomfortable for me […]

Ms. Alia Collins

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  Congratulations to Ms. Alia Collins of the US Navy for winning NRSWV’s ‘InspireHER’ essay contest! Ms Collins prize package included: Choice of professional clothing from Suited for Success (Baltimore MD) Hair styling (provided by Kim White of Heavenly Hair ​located at Salon Plaza in Bowie MD) Donated Clothing from TJ Maxx (Washington, D.C.) Attendance to the […]

Do Female Soldiers Consider Themselves Veterans?

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Women do not really consider themselves veterans. I have come to this conclusion after having felt isolated for years as a female veteran. I wondered, “where are all the other woman veterans”? We come back from war, and if we get out, we disperse to our lives and never reconnect. Why is that? Why haven’t […]

Community Care For Women Military Veterans

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Our communities are not keeping up with the dramatic changes that have taken place with our military personnel in recent years. Now, women are 20 percent of our current military population throughout the Army, Navy, Marines and Air Force. That statistic has a striking effect on our communities. Women are now in the “special needs” […]

Women We Honor this Memorial Day

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The last Monday in May, Memorial Day, is set aside to honor those who have died while serving our nation. Originally called Decoration Day, Memorial Day has many claims to its origin. Some claim that organized women’s groups, located in the South, were decorating the graves of Confederate soldiers before the end of the Civil […]

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