Women in Military Service for America Memorial

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Good Morning, 

My name is Linda Costello and I’m the NH Ambassador to the Women in Military Service for America Memorial in DC. Our goal is to get all female veterans registered at the memorial so they can share their story.

Are you a female veteran or do you know one? As a retired Marine Corps Master Sergeant and the New Hampshire Ambassador for the Women in Military Service for America Memorial, I had the honor of attending the 20th anniversary celebration of the Memorial in Washington on October 20th. 

At the entrance to Arlington National Cemetery is the only national memorial honoring all women who’ve served throughout history. Artifacts and stories are recorded for all time.New Hampshire has nearly 10,000 female veterans but only a small percent are registered with the memorial. As we approach Veterans Day we need everyone’s help to spread the word.

Every servicewoman’s story is important and we need female veterans to register with the memorial and document their service for future generations – whether they served for two years or 30.

To learn more about the memorial and to register, go to: www.womensmemorial.org or contact me at wimsa.amb.nh@gmail.com. Complete a registration form for yourself or another servicewoman past or present – a mom, sister, aunt or friend.

Tell three women and we can reach 100 percent registration for our state of New Hampshire.

Linda Costello
MSgt/USMC (Ret)
Women in Military Service for America
New Hampshire Ambassador

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