Memorial Day

With God's Blessings We Give Honor to Our Angels



It is the policy and duty of the NABMW to salute all women and men who have made the ultimate sacrifice by giving their lives for our country and other countries so that we and others can live a better life of freedom.


We also honor those sister soldiers who have served in our Armed Forces anytime during their life.  We call them "OUR FALLEN ANGELS."  We ask our spiritual "one" to bless each and everyone of them.  We know that they are in a better place.  They are angles now watching over us each and everyday. 


By Carrie Wynne, NABMW Chaplin

Heavenly Father,


We thank you for all the women who have served and given their lives for our country.  We thank you for the many contributions and sacrifices they have made through your love and guidance.


We thank you for their parents and ask that you bless and keep them in your arms through all their grieving due to those losses. Bless each and every family member and loved one associated with  our fallen soldiers. 


Come into the minds and hearts of every member of the National Association of Black Military Women and help them to grow in spirit and love for one another.  May your spirit reign over us all now and forever.


In the name of Jesus.


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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.