Meet the first woman to become a 4-star officer in the US military
Retired Gen. Ann Dunwoody served nearly four decades in the U.S. military and in 2008 became the first female four-star general officer in the U.S. military. “I never heard the words ‘glass ceiling’ or ‘brass ceiling’ in my house,” she says in the latest edition of “She Made It,” Megyn Kelly TODAY’s salute to Women’s History Month.
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