Empowering Woman

Jones, Geoff
March 2005
Soldiers;Mar2005, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p48
Focuses on the career of U.S. Army colonel Jill Morgenthaler during her deployment to Iraq as the multinational forces' public affairs officer. Role of Morgenthaler in informing the public about the military role in bringing freedom and democracy to the Iraqis; Interest of Morgenthaler in helping women in the Iraqi military; Emphasis of Morgenthaler on the significant role played by women in the military.


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