Retired Major General Was Highest Ranking Female Maj. Gen. Kathy Frost was the highest-ranking woman on active duty when she retired from the Army last year after 31 years in the service. She died Friday of breast cancer in her hometown of Latta, S.C. She was 57.
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Retired Major General Was Highest Ranking Female

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Retired Major General Was Highest Ranking Female

Retired Major General Was Highest Ranking Female

Retired Major General Was Highest Ranking Female

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Maj. Gen. Kathy Frost was the highest-ranking woman on active duty when she retired from the Army last year after 31 years in the service. She died Friday of breast cancer in her hometown of Latta, S.C. She was 57.

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Gina Farrissi, brigadier general, U.S. Army; friend of Gen. Kathy Frost