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Chief Master Sergeant (ret.) Dale Armwood portrait near airmen participating in the Airmen's run at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas on Jan 8, 2009.  Chief Armwood, a Chester, PA native, began her career restocking medical evacuation aircraft that arrived at Clark Air Force Base, Philippines, during the Vietnam War.  Armwood's advice to new airmen who are women, "Don't use it as an excuse - Suck it up." Armwood served from April 1963 till October 1989. Twice in her career she was a Training Instructor at Lackland, was the first woman instructor at then SAC Academy, Barksdale Air Force Base, La. and first woman to develop curriculum for the Leadership and Management Development Center at Maxwell AFB, AL (U.S. Air Force photo/Lance Cheung)
160512-F-ZZ999-021.JPG Photo By: Lance Cheung, CIV YB-02

May 12, 2016
Lackland AFB - Chief Master Sergeant (ret.) Dale Armwood portrait near airmen participating in the Airmen's run at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas on Jan 8, 2009. Chief Armwood, a Chester, PA native, began her career restocking medical evacuation aircraft that arrived at Clark Air Force Base, Philippines, during the Vietnam War. Armwood's advice to new airmen who are women, "Don't use it as an excuse - Suck it up." Armwood served from April 1963 till October 1989. Twice in her career she was a Training Instructor at Lackland, was the first woman instructor at then SAC Academy, Barksdale Air Force Base, La. and first woman to develop curriculum for the Leadership and Management Development Center at Maxwell AFB, AL (U.S. Air Force photo/Lance Cheung)


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