CALLING ALL SISTER SOLDIERS

Have you ever served or are currently serving in the US Armed Forces?

If so, it's time to tell your story!

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CANCELLED

due to the

COVID-19 virus pandemic.

Upcoming Events

March 21, 2020 

Prayer Breakfast (Postponed due to COVID-19 virus pandemic.)

July 22-26, 2020

22nd Biennial Conference (Cancelled due to COVID-19 virus pandemic.)

October 2020 (TBA)

Scholarship Luncheon

The National Association of Black Military Women (NABMW) is an association of women located throughout the country who are veterans or current members of the United States Armed Forces.  It was founded under the former name of "The Black WAAC, WAC, Women in Service."

Copyright 2018-20 NYC Chapter NABMW

The National Association of Black Military Women (NABMW) website supports the mission of the organization - to seek out, tell, and record the history of Black Military Women. We use various public information tools (Newspapers, websites, books, documentaries, and other media outlets) to search out information on black military women. A lot of personal military history information is provided by the specific individuals through the NABMW Journal and membership. We do not take responsibility for the validity of any information provided to us from these individuals or from public information postings from tools listed above. The source of all information on this website will be listed. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. section 107, this information is displayed without profit or payment to those who expressed an interest in receiving this information for non-profit research and educational purposes only. Photos and images are from the National Archives, The Naval History Center, U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, Defense Visual Information Center and personal collections of many of the women and men.  This website is for and about Black Military Women who served our country - by an organization of military women, family and friends who are committed to seeking out the history of Black Military Women who served our country. Photos are not to be misused or taken out of context when shared.