MF144 Women in the Military

Document Type

Oral History

Interviewee name

Judy-Ann Carroll


Davida Kellogg

Interview date


Interview location

Orono, Maine





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Colonel Judy-Ann Carroll, interviewed by Davida Kellogg, August 20, 2002, in Ms. Kellogg’s home in Orono, Maine. Carroll talks about her service in the United States Army through the College Junior Program; her training conducted at Fort McClellan, AL; being stationed later in Darmstadt, Germany; serving as a training officer with the Women’s Army Corps and as a Military Police Officer. Text: 35 pp. transcript, 10 pp supplemental material. Time: 01:45:42. Restrictions: None.


Part 1: mfc_na3253_c2366_01
Part 2: mfc_na3253_c2366_02
Part 3: mfc_na3253_c2367.1_01


Military History | Oral History | United States History | Women's History

Birth date



Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine

Nation of origin

United States

Home state/Territory







U. S. Army, Commandant of the Defense Institute of Security Assistance Management

Civic groups

Disabled American Veterans; Women’s Army Corps Veterans Association, San Pedro Chapter 95

Branch of service

U.S. Army

Service Unit

Military Police Corps

Dates of service

1972-January 2002

Date of entry


Service entry


Location of Service

Fort McClellan, Alabama; USAG Darmstadt Army Base, Germany; Fort McPherson, Georgia; United States European Command Headquarters, Stuttgart Germany; The Pentagon, Washington, D.C.; Fort Huachuca, Arizona; United States European Command Headquarters [second assignment] Stuttgart, Germany; Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio

Awards & Ribbons

Defense Superior Service Medal (with one oak leaf cluster); the Legion of Merit; the Defense Meritorious Service Medal; the Army Meritorious Service Medal (with two oak leaf clusters); the Army Commendation Medal (with one oak leaf cluster); the Joint Services Achievement Medal; the Army Achievement Medal; the Army and Department of Defense Staff Identification Badges

Wars & Conflicts

Desert Shield; Desert Storm

Entry Rank

E-4 Specialist

Highest Rank

O-6 Colonel

Exit Rank

O-6 Colonel


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Bangor, Maine; Brewer, Maine; Fort McClellan, Alabama; Fort Gordon, Georgia; Aberdeen Proving Ground; Dahrmstadt, Germany; Fort Bragg, North Carolina; Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp; Washington, D.C.; Monterey, California; Leavenworth, Kansas; United Kingdom; France; Austria; Switzerland; Italy; Chicago; Iraq; Saudi Arabia; Latvia; Lithuania; Estonia; Poland; Slovakia; Slovenia; Romania; Bulgaria; Albania; Czech Republic; Albania; Kosovo; Chad; Kenya; Tanzania; Greece


Women in the Military; Sexual Discrimination; Gender Relations; Anti-Terrorism; Uniform Code of Military Justice; Prisoner of War Operations; Pershingettes; Gangs in the Military; Violence in the Work Place

Collection name

Women in the Military

Collection number


Item number


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Colonel Judy-Ann Carroll, interviewed by Davida Kellogg, Part 2



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