Photo album: Whether it's piloting a jet, standing guard in a war zone, or rising through the ranks, Penn Staters are continuing a long tradition of serving their country in the armed forces. This year, as part of its Military Appreciation Week, Penn State will celebrate 100 years of women officially serving in the U.S. military.
This is the fourth and final photo album depicting female Penn Staters serving in the United States military. During the past four weeks Penn State has featured a new gallery of images showing women in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and National Guard. These photos have been featured on Penn State News.
This year's Military Appreciation Week at the University begins with a Penn State football game on Oct. 27 leading up to Veterans Day on Nov. 11. This year's theme will recognize 100 years of women officially serving in the U.S. armed forces with special events and activities, including a community football tailgate, library showcase, speaker events and more. For additional information, visit militaryappreciation.psu.edu.
- Image: Supplied by Jennifer Bennie
- Image: Kristin Schuster
- Image: Jessica Palmer
- Image: Dorothy Butala
- Image: Supplied by Rhea Rollman
- Image: Submitted by Yvonne Zirrith
- Image: Supplied by Sky Graybill
- Image: USMC photographer
- Image: Provided by Carolyn Blake
- Image: Tom Schmitz
- Image: Supplied by Courtney Hoopert
- Image: Lora Teets
- Image: Pat Balascik