Army completes $800,000 museum expansion in VA

Women's History Museum concludes 7-year project

A seven-year, $800,000 expansion project recently concluded with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and Women’s History Month program at the U.S. Army Women’s History Museum on Fort Lee, Va.

The museum expansion includes a new exhibit titled “Writing Women Back into History,” which corresponds with the Department of Defense theme for the 2010 Women’s History Month observance.

The Museum is the only Army museum that focuses on the contributions of females who have served.

For more information, visit the U.S. Army Women’s History Museum website, www.awm.lee.army.mil.

For more information on the history of service by women in the U.S. Army, including educational resources, visit the Women in the U.S. Army website www.army.mil/women/index.html.

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