Gayle Tzemach Lemmon on Washington Journal

Gayle Tzemach Lemmon was interviewed extensively on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal on August 23, 2015 about women serving in U.S. combat operations. You can view this great interview from the author of Ashely’s War here.

Gayle Tzemach Lemmon on Female Graduates from Ranger School

Gayle Tzemach Lemmon, author of Ashley’s War, wrote a piece for CNN regarding female graduates from the U.S. Army Ranger school. Lemmon argues that this is just the beginning for women joining the ranks of Rangers.

First Women are about to Graduate from Ranger School!

I am sure Ashley is proud of and looking out for these amazing ladies. History made: First female soldiers to graduate Army Ranger School

Follow Gayle Tzemach Lemmon’s Facebook Page

Thankfully the sacrifice and story of Ashley and her fellow CSTs was chronicled by Gayle Tzemach Lemmon in Ashley’s War. Lemmon continues to post updates related to the book and responses from people who read the book on her Facebook page. I recommend that everyone make sure to “like” the page and read the “Reader Letter of the Week.” Visit to see all the great stuff Lemmon is up to.

Ashley Paved the Way for Female Rangers

Chuck Williams writes about the work of Ashley and other CSTs who paved the way for women to official join the ranks of U.S. Army Rangers. Take a look at his piece from Ledger-Enquirer the here

YSU Participation in Folds of Honor Program

Last year the YSU golf team used a bag dedicated to Ashley. YSU is again participating in the Folds of Honor program. Read about the involvement of YSU athletics in the Folds of Honor program here

Missing in Action: The Lack of Female Narratives in Popular Culture

Ashley’s War author Gayle Tzemach Lemmon examines the lack of attention that women have historically received when it comes to discussing their combat efforts in a piece  for The Atlantic. Give it a read: Missing in Action