Since the days of the American Revolutionary War, women have served a vital role in the U.S. fighting forces and they continue to be a significant source of strength for our nation. Today, women make up nearly 15% of our active duty Army and they serve in 93% of all Army occupations. In our fight against terrorism, women have maintained a crucial role in military operations and their sacrifices underscore their dedication and willingness to serve.
As women expand into different roles in our military ranks, it is clear that the heart of a Warrior is not limited to one gender. Increasing service opportunities for women have been accompanied by an increased need for health-related resources and support specifically tailored to meet the unique needs of our female service members. This Women’s Health Portal has been designed to help meet those needs by providing service members, leaders and family members with up-to-date information about a variety of women’s health topics to include: health and wellness, self-care, and health considerations for the deployed environment.
STAND-TO! Edition: Wednesday, March 4, 2015
TODAY'S FOCUS: Women's History Month: Weaving the Stories of Women's Lives
The Army dedicates each March to highlighting individual and collective stories of female Soldiers. Their stories are inextricably woven into the essential fabric of the nation's history and the history of the U.S. Army. This year, the Army acknowledges the accomplishments and contributions of pioneering women from the past and recognizes their impact on the force of today. Read more
The Warrior Readiness Technical Guide is being updated.
PROGRAMS and ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP)
Tobacco-Free Living (PHC)
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