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Michelle Howard: First Female Four-Star Admiral

Michelle Howard became the first woman promoted to four-star admiral in the Navy’s 236-year history. That rank also makes her vice chief of naval operations, meaning she is the number two admiral in the service. She has accomplished many firsts in her lifetime, including becoming the first African-American woman to command a naval ship and the first to be promoted …

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Female Four-Star Admiral First For Navy

The Navy named Michelle Janine Howard as its first female four-star admiral on Tuesday at the Women in Military Service for America Memorial at the Arlington National Cemetery. “[The] willingness to step up and contribute to a noble cause in your life is a sign of true selflessness,” said Howard when she addressed the crowd at her promotion ceremony. “Our …

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Female Four-Star Admiral: Michelle Howard Makes U.S. Navy History

On Tuesday, Michelle Howard became the first woman to become a four-star admiral in the Navy’s 236-year history. She was promoted to the title at the Women in Military Service for America Memorial held near the Pentagon. She will now be serving as the vice chief of naval operations. During the ceremony, Howard said, “If you don’t believe today was a …

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