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Black Women in the Military
Cathay Williams (September 1844 - 1892) was an American soldier who enlisted in United States Army under the pseudonym William Cathay. She is the first African-American woman to enlist, and the only documented to serve in the United States Army posing as a man.
These 24 beautiful black belles were the first African American women to serve World War II.
Lt. Colonel Harriet Waddy was one of the highest ranking black officers in the Women’s Army Corps.
US Black female soldiers line up in formation to march on a baseball field.
African American nurses in the Army Nurse Corps, creating history in World War II.
Three proud Black women join the United States Navy.
World War II soliders pose in Camp Shanks, New York before going overseas.
The strong and beautiful soldiers were excited to return from France.
Women’s Army Corps gathered around the piano in uniform.
This is a recently recovered photo of a Black female soldier in Camp Shanks in New York. She paused her duty to show her beutiful spirit.
Say cheese! Two Black US Naval officers photographed December 21, 1944.
Young Black Belle posing in her military uniform.
Late 1950s, Early 1960s Black Soldier.
Women’s Army Corps officers posing with grace and poise.
One of the oldest pictures in history of Black US soldier.
This beautiful BSB served in the United States WAC in the mid 1940s
These Carribean soldiers helped break barriers in the WWII.