|Ann Elizabeth Dunwoody|
|服役年份||1975 – 2012|
Combined Arms Support Command (CASCOM)
Military Traffic Management Command
|獲得勳章||Distinguished Service Medal (2)
Defense Superior Service Medal
Legion of Merit (3)
- 1975年，获得紐約州立大學Cortland分校 物理教育学士
- 1976年，美国陆军军需团（Quartermaster Corps）军官基础课程与基础空运学院（Basic Course and Basic Airborne School）
- Quartermaster Officers Advanced Course
- 美国陆军指挥与参谋学院（Command and General Staff College）
- 1995年，获得武装部队工业学院（Industrial College of the Armed Forces）国家资源战略（National Resource Strategy）研究生学位
- United States Army Jumpmaster Course graduate.
|Distinguished Service Medal (Army) (with one bronze oak leaf cluster)|
|Defense Superior Service Medal|
|Legion of Merit (with two bronze oak leaf clusters)|
|Defense Meritorious Service Medal (with one silver oak leaf cluster)|
|Army Commendation Medal|
|Army Achievement Medal|
|國防部服役獎章 (with one service star)|
|Southwest Asia Service Medal (with two service stars)|
|Kuwait Liberation Medal (Saudi Arabia)|
|Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kuwait)|
|Master Parachutist Badge (United States)|
|Parachute Rigger Badge|
|Army Staff Identification Badge|
|Parachutist Badge (Germany)|
- 1998 Recipient of the Military Distinguished Order of Saint Martin (Army Quartermaster Corps).
- 2001 Distinguished Alumna for Cortland State SUNY.
- 2002 Inducted as a Distinguished Member of the Quartermaster Regiment.
- 2004 Recipient of the National Defense Transportation Association’s DoD Distinguished Service Award.
- 2007 Recipient of Military Order of the World Wars (MOWW) Distinguished Service Award.
- 2008 First female four-star general in the United States Armed Services.
- 2012 Inducted into the Quartermaster Hall of Fame
- 2012 Recipient Ancient Order of Saint Martin (Army Quartermaster Corps)
她的弟弟 Harold H. "Buck" Dunwoody, Jr. 1970年毕业于西点军校。
她丈夫是空军上校 Craig Brotchie (已退役)。
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- ^ U.S. Army Materiel Command. [August 17, 2012].
- ^ Nominations Confirmed (Non-Civilian). United States Senate. October 2, 2008.
- ^ Tyson, Ann Scott. Army Promotes Its First Female Four-Star General. Washington Post. November 15, 2008 [November 15, 2008]. Prior to Dunwoody's promotion to general (O-10), the highest-ranking woman in the history of the uniformed services was Patricia Ann Tracey, who, as a vice admiral in the United States Navy, wore three stars and retired in 2004; United States Marine Corps lieutenant general Carol Mutter received promotion in the same year (1996) as Tracey but retired earlier (in 1999).
- ^ Ann E. Dunwoody. Marquis Who's Who.
- ^ Yousseff, Nancy A. Ann Dunwoody becomes first female four-star general. McClatchy Newspapers. November 14, 2008 [November 14, 2008].
- ^ AMC Public Affairs. Lt. Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody, U.S. Army Materiel Command deputy commanding general. United States Army. June 30, 2008.
- ^ Gates, Robert M.. Speech delivered at the Promotion Ceremony for Lieutenant General Ann Dunwoody. Pentagon Auditorium, Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Defense. November 14, 2008 [November 22, 2008]. （原始内容存档于December 11 2008）.
- ^ 12.0 12.1 Swarns, Rachel L. A step up for women in the U.S. military. International Herald Tribune. June 30, 2008 [November 22, 2008].
- Dunwoody confirmed as first female four-star. United States Army. Army News Service. July 24, 2008.
- U.S. Army Public Affairs. Senate Confirms Dunwoody July 23 for 4th Star, 新聞稿. United States Army. July 23, 2008.
- Kruzel, John J. President Nominates Woman Army General for Fourth Star. U.S. Department of Defense. American Forces Press Service. June 23, 2008.
- First female four-star U.S. Army general nominated. CNN. June 23, 2008.
- Swarns, Rachel L. Commanding a Role for Women in the Military. New York Times. June 30, 2008.
- White, Josh. Army General's Nomination Called Historic. Washington Post. June 24, 2008: (A02).
- Burns, Robert. Dunwoody to Become First Female Four Star General. Huffington Post. June 23, 2008.
- Dunwoody, LtGen. Ann E. Quote. United States Army. August 25, 2008.
- Smith, Steven J. Dad proud of daughter in line to be 4-star. Army Times. July 21, 2008.
- Joyner, James. Ann Dunwoody Tapped for Third Star. Outside the Beltway. August 25, 2005.
- Complete text, audio, video of Ann Dunwoody's Speech at the 4-Star Promotion Ceremony at AmericanRhetoric.com
- General Ann Dunwoody promotion ceremony (video (47 minutes)). Defense Department New Media. U.S. Pentagon: DodvClips.mil. November 14, 2008.
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