Clarksville – The uniforms they wear each day may be the same, but the many female Soldiers stationed at Fort Campbell each carry out different missions.
In a field dominated mostly by men, one information technology specialist is working hard to establish excellence for herself and help other women in the Army get equal recognition for their service.
Staff Sergeant Emily Lawless is an air traffic control operator for 1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault).
She was 31 when she joined the Army and nine years later, Staff Sgt. Jerliz Meadows feels stronger and more confident than ever.
As an officer with 1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), Capt. Erin Mauldin, is already making history in the Army.
She was married to her husband for 2 ½ years before she could join him at Fort Campbell but that’s because Sgt. 1st Class Ariel Johnsen, now an Army intelligence analyst with the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, had important work to do in Washington.
Dr. (Col.) Maryann Masone, chief of the Department of Women’s Health for Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, finds joy in her job every day as she takes care of Fort Campbell Soldiers and their Families while bringing new life into the world.