10 Important Women In U.S. Military History

Chief Warrant Officer Deborah A. Glenn last month became the first command pilot of an Apache attack helicopter in the S.C. National Guard. In addition, she has an all-female crew, also a first for the guard. Here is a look at 10 other women who played significant roles in U.S. military history, including some with South Carolina ties.

1. Marine Brig. Gen. Lori Reynolds

The Baltimore native cemented her place in Corps history in June 2011, when she became the first female commander at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island.