Film highlighting female veterans to screen at Hangar 25

Roger Cline
Staff Writer

Gender equality in the military is a work in progress, but when female veterans return home, they’re often treated differently than their male counterparts. A new documentary is aiming to shed some light on that issue, and highlights a beauty pageant that recognizes the value of women who have served their country.
The film is called “Served Like a Girl,” and it will be screened May 24 at Hangar 25 Air Museum. The free screening, presented by Hangar 25 and Basin PBS, will be at 6:30 p.m. Although the screening is free to the public, those planning to attend are requested to RSVP at the website
Alyson Trevino, creative director at Basin PBS said the screening is part of a program called “Indie Lens Pop-up,” a series of independent films hosted Basin PBS.

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