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If you would like to donate to this new addition honoring women in the military, please contact us!

Our newest statue is complete and will be making its way to Iowa in the Spring of 2024. 

WWI Veteran nurse (furthest left) represents the first time women were allowed to join the Armed Forces. During the course of the war, 21,498 U.S. Army nurses (American military nurses were all women then) served in military hospitals in the U.S. and overseas. (1917-1919) More

WWII soldier (center) is reading a letter from mom and dad at home. (1939-1945)

The third statue (on the right) represents women soldiers in modern wars, specifically created to look like the first African-American female combat pilot, U.S. Marine Corps officer, Vernice Armour. (Pilot 2001-2007)
Vernice "FlyGirl" Armour (born 1973) is a former United States Marine Corps officer who was the first African-American female naval aviator in the Marine Corps and the America's first black female combat pilot. She flew the AH-1W SuperCobra attack helicopter in the 2003 invasion of Iraq and eventually served two tours in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. More info...
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