Local women's group honors Fort Eustis Garrison Command Sgt. Major

By Lyna Tucker, Fort Eustis Public AffairsApril 2, 2009

Senior Chief Petty Officer Fredda Bryan, president, Hampton Roads Chapter of the National Association of Black Military Women,   presents Fort Eustis Garrision Command Sgt. Maj. Carolyn Johnson with a gift of appreciation for her military service during the organization's "Nothing More to Prove" event in observance of Women's History Month Saturday at St. Paul Methodist Church in Chesapeake. NABMW is an association of women veterans or active-duty  service members. The group  was founded  in Hampton in 1976 by women who served in the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps and Women's Army Corps during World War II and the Korean and Vietnam Wars.
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Senior Chief Petty Officer Fredda Bryan, president, Hampton Roads Chapter of the National Association of Black Military Women, presents Fort Eustis Garrision Command Sgt. Maj. Carolyn Johnson with a gift of appreciation for her military service during the organization's "Nothing More to Prove" event in observance of Women's History Month Saturday at St. Paul Methodist Church in Chesapeake. NABMW is an association of women veterans or active-duty service members. The group was founded in Hampton in 1976 by women who served in the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps and Women's Army Corps during World War II and the Korean and Vietnam Wars. (Photo Credit: Lyna Tucker, Fort Eustis Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL