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Breaking the STEM mold, one woman at a time

When the Air Force Technical Applications Center celebrated National Pi Day March 14, Tech. Sgt. BreAnne Groth’s section was amazed when she picked up a dry-erase marker and began writing out Pi in decimal form from memory. With ease, she surpassed 100 decimal points and stopped only because she ran out of room on the white board. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Susan A. Romano)

PHOTO BY: Susan A. Romano
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