Acting Secretary of the Navy Message on International Women’s Day 2021

This International Women’s Day, March 8, 2021, I ask every Sailor, Marine & civilian to take a moment to remember the brave and dedicated women who have served in every conflict in our history and those who uphold their legacy today. – Acting SECNAV Thomas W. Harker

Source: U.S. Navy

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