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The Monument to Women Veterans, Inc., is a 501c3 Charitable Non-Profit Corporation established in 2011 that has been leading the charge in recognizing and empowering our military women through a variety of community outreach and awareness efforts.

Our Mission is To pursue the development of a monument to honor all women, past, present, and future who served in the US military and provide often unmet critical resources for female veteran care.

Monument to Women Veterans

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Be part of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to build a monument and museum to women veterans. Your support and involvement will honor those that served our country as well as establish a world-class national training center for veterans.

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THE MONUMENT

World-renowned sculptor Elizabeth MacQueen has been selected to create this magnificent masterpiece that will reach over 30 ft into the air with flames, and a laser beam over a stainless-steel elliptical band of flowing water.

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THE MUSEUM

The City of Pensacola, FL has agreed to a 100-year lease of an existing run-down Amtrak train station to establish a museum and national training center. The Monument to Women Veterans will restore and remodel the existing facility and maintain the building and grounds throughout the term of the lease.

National Training Center

Monument to Women Veterans is proud to announce the groundbreaking of a state-of-the-art national training center in construction for veterans.

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Highlights

Veterans and Addiction

Both active-duty and retired members of the armed forces face various issues when they return home. More than 2 in 10 veterans face problems with PTSD and substance use. The stress of training, multiple deployments, and other facets of military life can account for differences in substance use between service members.

How Women’s Roles Have Changed in the US Military

Women have been involved and helping war efforts since the Revolutionary War. They have held critical roles such as cooks and nurses; at times, women would disguise themselves to fight on the front lines. Since then, women’s roles in the US military have changed dramatically.

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