Women's History Month Observance

March 9, 2012

By U.S. Army Europe Public Affairs

  • Women's History Month Observance

    Soldiers, civilians and family members gathered at this year’s Women’s History Observance, March 9, in Heidelberg, Germany.

  • Women's History Month Observance

    Sgt. Maj. Darlene Taylor inspires Soldiers, civilians, and family members gathered at this year’s Women’s History Observance, March 9, in Heidelberg, Germany.

HEIDELBERG, Germany -- 30th Medical Command and the Heidelberg Equal Opportunity Working Group hosted the 2012 Women’s History Month Observance March 9 here.

Sgt. Maj. Darlene Taylor inspires Soldiers, civilians, and family members gathered at this year’s Women’s History Observance, March 9, in Heidelberg, Germany. Taylor is the chief dental noncommissioned officer for European Regional Dental Command and spoke on the topics of education and empowerment for today’s female leaders to over 100 participants. (US Army photos by Capt. Charles Patterson, 30th MEDCOM)


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