12 famous women who served in the military
Harriet Tubman was a military leader and Union spy during the Civil War.
Queen Elizabeth was a military truck driver during World War II
NASA's Eileen Collins was one of the first female pilots in the Air Force — and in space.
"Golden Girl" Bea Arthur was one of the first members of the Marine Corps' Women's Reserve.
"Stranger Things" actress Jennifer Marshall served in the US Navy for five years.
Food Network star Sunny Anderson was in the Air Force.
Radio talk show host Robin Quivers was a captain in the Air Force.
Actress Zulay Henao served in the US Army for three years.
Olympic medalist Shauna Rohbock was in the National Guard.
Olympian Amber English competed while still in the military — she won gold in women's skeet shooting at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
"Wonder Woman" Gal Gadot served in the Israeli Defense Forces for two years.
Ruth Westheimer, better known as the sex therapist Dr. Ruth, trained as a sniper in the IDF.
Click Below for Next Stories Click Here