Friends say so long to Army's Browning

Browning, right, celebrates with her neighbors Louise and Allen Heinz.

Laurie De Witt

With Miriam Browning leaving the Army after three decades, some who know her got together recently to help her say goodbye.

At a retirement party thrown by friends and colleagues that was held July 31 at the Army and Navy Club in Washington, Browning was described as a 'champion and groundbreaker for the upward mobility of women in government,' among other laurels bestowed on her.

Her long career as a civilian Army manager has included a stint as director of information management and, for the last year, director of enterprise integration. Among her accomplishments, she was instrumental in developing the Army Knowledge Online initiative.

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