After more than three decades with the Air Force, General Janet C. Wolfenbarger was honored as the first woman in U.S. Air Force history to become a four-star general. Throughout her prestigious career, Gen. Wolfenbarger has aimed to do her best to accomplish missions. She was a member of the first Air Force Academy class to accept female cadets. The Academy stretched her mental, physical, emotional, and academic limits and her time there was one of profound growth. Gen. Wolfenbarger holds two master’s degrees: one in aeronautics and astronautics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and one in national resource strategy from the National Defense University.
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