First female, medical, three-star admiral in the history of the U.S. Navy to be honored during coin toss when Texas Football hosts K-State.
Raquel Bono's childhood ambition to become a doctor led to a call for leadership.
As a University of Texas undergraduate, Bono explored scholarship options for medical school. She competed for a military program scholarship that required active duty service following completion of the medical degree.
Bono went on to serve 36 years, and she retired as the director of the Defense Health Agency (DHA) and first female, medical, three-star admiral in the history of the U.