Serving Others: Celebrating a lifetime of service

My reason I guess to go if your father’s could sign up and go why not me. I’m just so proud of the women in the Army today. All our women can do anything they want to do I think it’s sweet I was on leave in London the day they declared victory in the European theater I don’t know how I was the first woman president …during 65 to 68 It was because of some education kind of thing. We do a lot of education. I grew up here in Raleigh. Raleigh at the time was a sleepy little town I guess everything went to bed and now, you know, you find you’re on the streets morning, noon and night in the middle of the night, at three o’clock in the morning. Anyway we have grown. Ms. Millie Dunn Veasey is a national treasure. we sat down and had a little bit of conversation and then she goes to the back and says “This is what you’ve been looking for in this the uniform” To get the provenience and straight from her mouth exactly what it is and then there’s a photograph of her in the uniform on her wall I mean this is doing any better. if you are able to do what you can do for that individual there’s always somebody else there who’s always able to do things for you

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