Lisa Kirk Brown, a colonel in the Air National Guard who has a doctorate in public health, created the Pink to Camouflage blog to advocate women's health in the military. "Women have been active in the special forces since World War ll and only two years ago were the first few women's health clinics built," Brown says.
Lisa Kirk Brown, a colonel in the Air National Guard who has a doctorate in public health, created the Pink to Camouflage blog to advocate women's health in the military. "Women have been active in the special forces since World War ll and only two years ago were the first few women's health clinics built," Brown says. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Lisa Kirk Brown, a colonel in the Air National Guard who has a doctorate in public health, created the Pink to Camouflage blog to advocate women's health in the military. "Women have been active in the special forces since World War ll and only two years ago were the first few women's health clinics built," Brown says. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

Bellingham woman works to improve the health and safety of women in the military

February 27, 2012 12:01 AM

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