The United States Navy dates back to what was once Continental Navy

United States Navy

The United States Navy dates back to what was once Continental Navy, and is larger than the next 13 Naval fleets, worldwide, combined. Below is information on some of the women who serve in the US Navy.

See here for the official page of the United States Navy.

Follow the links below for women in other branches of the United States military.

Featured Women: US Navy

Rear Admiral Roberta L. Hazard

Vice Admiral Carol Pottenger

Vice Admiral Michelle Howard

Vice Admiral Robin Braun

Rear Adm. Elizabeth Train

Vice Admiral Nanette M. DeRenzi

Vice Admiral Ann Rondeau

Rear Admiral Diane E.H. Webber

Rear Admiral Margaret Kibben

Rear Admiral Janet R. Donovan

Rear Admiral Sandra Adams

Rear Admiral Christina Alvarado

Rear Adm. Annie Andrews

Rear Adm. Babette Bolivar

Rear Adm. Paula Brown

Rear Adm. Priscilla Coe

Rear Adm. Allie Coetzee

Rear Adm. Kathleen M. Creighton

Rear Adm. Dawn Cutler

Rear Adm. Sandy Daniels

Rear Adm. Lisa Franchetti

Rear Adm. Katherine Gregory

Rear Adm. Alma Grocki

Rear Adm. Deborah Haven

Rear Adm. Valerie K. Huegel

Rear Adm. Mary Jackson

Rear Adm. Cindy Jaynes

Rear Adm. Margaret Klein

Rear Adm. Nancy Norton

Rear Adm. Cynthia Thebaud

Rear Adm. Jan Tighe

Rear Adm. Nora Tyson

Rear Adm. Linda Wackerman

Rear Adm. Elaine Wagner

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