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U.S. Army Women's Museum, Fort Lee

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  • The museum is very small and has a nice collection of women's history but it lacks so MUCH of women's military history. I understand the size of the facility restricts the ability to display memorabil...  more »
  • My mom and I got the opportunity to visit this museum on August 4 2016 and I was impressed. Being prior military myself,I had no idea such a museum existed show casing women and the roles they played ...  more »
  • This US Army museum is the only museum that I know of that is dedicated to women who have served in the US Army. It traces the history of women in the Army from the Revolution to the present. Starts w...  more »
  • My mom @I visited Friday August 5 2016 and was very impresed. Being prior military I was never stationed at Ft Lee so I had no idea such a museum existed. To see how the military has changed over the decades and the roles women played was very interesting to me. The uniforms they once wore as opposed to the ones I wore was still such a big difference. I'm glad I got to visit. I left there with lots of pictures and history all inclusive.
  • Great place to learn history and play Pokemon go!
  • Very informational and great place to visit.
  • there are only a few women's armies display in the world. I am sure this is the best. the photos I am sharing are those taken in 1979 at my basic training unit, when there was no co -ed basic training. Female units only.