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DoDLive proudly presents "Profiles in Heritage," a series honoring the diverse warriors, leaders, and others that have served in the United States Armed Forces over the years. February is African-American History month, and this episode tells the story of Lt. j.g. Harriet Ida Pickens and Ensign Frances Wills, the first African-American, female officers. Pickens and Wills' commissions were a significant historical milestone for the military as they came some 20 years before the Civil Rights Act.


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This work, Profiles in Heritage: First African-American Female Officers, by Nicole McFarland, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:02.3.2012

Date Posted:06.19.2012 2:36PM

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Video ID:147202

VIRIN:120203-D-OO792-001

Filename:DOD_100422269

Length:00:01:43

Location:US

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