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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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Carry The Torch

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

5 Back to School Tips for Military Families

There are a few things you’ll want to consider during this time of year when considering returning to school for any family, but for military families, there are a few extra things you should take into account.

Career Paths For Veterans After They Serve

Returning to civilian life for veterans after they serve can be stressful, especially taking on the task of job hunting. The upside is that there are several industries veterans have transferable skills in. The National Training Center for Veterans in Construction will be launching as a part of the museum and monument construction.

Celebrating the 4th of July on the Sunny Gulf Coast

Despite the past year’s challenges, we all look forward to celebrating the 4th of July with our family and friends. If you plan on visiting the Gulf Coast this summer, make sure you check out one of these family-friendly celebrations.

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5 Back to School Tips for Military Families

There are a few things you’ll want to consider during this time of year when considering returning to school for any family, but for military families, there are a few extra things you should take into account.

Share Your Story

Share your amazing stories about your service for the United States of America. It could be featured on our website for all to see! 

Veteran Rights and Discrimination

Learn more about veteran rights and discrimination, and to see if you or a family member may have been illegally discriminated against for a civilian job. You sacrificed for your country and now it’s time for your country’s legal system to work to protect your rights.