Not Done: Women Remaking America

Retired U.S. Army Brigadier General Pat Foote

Clip: Season 2 Episode 4 | 3m 40s

Pat Foote joined the Women's Army Corps in 1959, served in Vietnam, and eventually became one of only four female Armed Forces generals in 1986. Over the course of her career, Foote commanded at the company, battalion, brigade, and major installation levels, and advocated for the recruitment of women following the end of the draft in the 1970s.

Aired: 09/24/14

Rating: NR

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