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Female veteran’s autobiography

Glenda Dugar, a retired 20-year U.S. Army Airborne veteran, was the first female Airborne Policewoman in her Fort Bragg unit to become an assistant Airfield Manager at Stuttgart Army Airfield in Germany. She’s now a registered nurse and physical therapist assistant living in Evanston. She’s written three books about her military experience – Confessions of an Airborne Soldier, Career Soldier and In My Own Words. Dugar is in studio to discuss In My Own Words, her memoir that garnered the attention of First Lady Michelle Obama.

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