Women veterans Norma Christensen, left, and Kiyo Sato laugh together Sunday while attending the 2017 Women Veterans Alliance Unconference at McClellan Park. Sato, 94, was put in a Japanese internment camp as a teenager. She then enlisted in the Air Force as a nurse and served in the Korean War.
Women veterans Norma Christensen, left, and Kiyo Sato laugh together Sunday while attending the 2017 Women Veterans Alliance Unconference at McClellan Park. Sato, 94, was put in a Japanese internment camp as a teenager. She then enlisted in the Air Force as a nurse and served in the Korean War. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Women veterans Norma Christensen, left, and Kiyo Sato laugh together Sunday while attending the 2017 Women Veterans Alliance Unconference at McClellan Park. Sato, 94, was put in a Japanese internment camp as a teenager. She then enlisted in the Air Force as a nurse and served in the Korean War. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

Women veterans working to get overdue resources, benefits

March 26, 2017 08:16 PM

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