U.S. Army Women's Foundation
In 1969, a group of women Soldiers formed our Foundation to preserve and honor their service as members of the Army Women's Corps. Led by Veterans, the US Army Women's Foundation is a non-profit, volunteer organization, dedicated to promoting public interest in the US Army and honoring the service of all women who wear or have worn the US Army uniform.Honor the Service and Sacrifice of Army Women - Donate Now
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US Army Women’s Museum at Fort Lee, VA
The US Army Women’s Museum showcases the amazing stories of women patriots who served our nation from the American Revolution to the present day. The US Army Women’s Museum is the only museum in the world dedicated to Army Women.
The museum is located at 2100 “A” Adams Avenue, Fort Lee, Virginia.
Gallery Hours: Tuesday- Saturday, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm.
Honoring Service & Sacrifice
The U.S. Army Women’s Foundation is the premier support network for you, our Women Soldiers and Veterans. Together we are a strong team, building partnerships for success and serving as a voice and advocate for Army Women: Honor, Empower, Connect… It’s our mission
How We Help
Leader Development Forums
2020 Fall Leader Development Forum at the AUSA Annual Meeting
Monday, 12 October 2020
Honor – Empower – Connect
Do you need financial assistance for education? We can help.
We are currently accepting applications for the 2021 AWF Legacy Scholarship. Postmark deadline to apply is January 15, 2021.
Hall of Fame
The Army Women’s Foundation recognizes the extraordinary achievements of Army women and those who support them. The 2020 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony was held at Women in Military Service to America Memorial, Arlington National Cemetery, Wednesday, 11 March 2020. Go to the 2020 Hall of Fame to view this year’s nominees.
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“Today, every American can be proud that our military will grow even stronger with our mothers, wives, sisters, and daughters playing a greater role in protecting this country we love.”President Barack Obamaon opening combat arms jobs to women
“Over the last 38 years, I have had the opportunity to witness women soldiers jump out of airplanes, hike 10 miles, lead men and women, even under the toughest circumstances.”Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody, USA, Ret.America’s first female four-star general
“We may destroy all the men in America, and we shall still have all we can do to defeat the women.”British Gen. Lord Charles CornwallisAmerican Revolutionary War
“Today, women are in combat, that is just a reality. Thousands of women have been decorated for valor…and have given their lives. Today, what was once a band of brothers has truly become a band of brothers and sisters.”Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody, USA, Ret.America’s first female four-star general
“During the time I have had WACs under my command, they have met every test and task assigned to them ... their contributions in efficiency, skill, spirit, and determination are immeasurable.”American General Dwight D. Eisenhower
“They're fighting and they’re dying together, and the time has come for our policies to recognize that reality. We are making our military stronger, and we are making America stronger.”Former Defense Secretary Leon Panettaon lifting the combat exclusion ban
“Let the generations know that women in uniform also guaranteed their freedom.”Dr. Mary Edwards Walker, Medal of Honor Recipient, Civil Waron history and freedom