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As we celebrate Women's History Month, it's important to reflect on the incredible achievements and contributions of women throughout history. From pioneers in science and technology to courageous leaders in politics and activism, women have played an integral role in shaping our world.

One often overlooked group is the courageous women who have served in the United States military. These women not only defended their country but also shattered stereotypes and paved the way for future generations of female service members. Without a Dr. Mary E. Walker, the first and only woman to receive the Medal of Honor for her service during the American Civil War; there could not be Army Capt. Shaina Coss, the first woman to lead Army Rangers in combat. Without Cathay Williams, the first black women to join the U.S. Army but enlisted as a man to become a Buffalo Soldier; there would not be Captain Tamika Lindsay who is currently the highest-ranking female officer in the U.S. Navy. Their stories add to the rich history and legacy of women in the military.

This is the very reason why the SHERO COFFEE CLUB exists as a company. And while it starts with great tasting coffee, we are on a mission to tell the world about our women in arms, her service, her story, her sacrifices, and achievements, ensuring what she gave never goes unsung. A SHERO is a woman hero and is an acronym for a woman who is self-aware, honest, enterprising, resilient and optimistic, and we honor her.

While we celebrate the achievements of military women, it's essential for every woman to recognize that she is also a SHERO and has the potential to change the world in big and small ways. It all starts with a decision—to serve others, to pursue passions, to persevere in the face of adversity and grow. Every woman possesses a unique voice and perspective that can make a difference, and it's up to her to harness that power for positive change.

This Women’s History Month let's honor the achievements of women past and present and continue to empower one another. Together, through our decisions and actions, we can change the world.

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What an honor to serve. Thank you Melissa for your tremendous amount of love and support to your sisters in service, past and present.

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