A new non-profit photo exhibit hopes to make it known that female veterans are not invisible. 

CompeerCORPS focuses on veteran's mental health. The non-profit held an exhibition at Monroe Community College on Saturday featuring black and white photos, biographies and dog tags of 30 female veterans from World War I and World War II.

An organizer says the exhibit helps shine a light on female veterans and gives them a voice.

"It's always easy to spot a male veteran. They always have the baseball cap on. Female veterans tend to blend in a little more, be the mother, the sister, the caretakers. We don't always stand up and say, 'Hey, we're a veteran too,'" said Tracey Lotemple of CompeerCORPS. "We just want to get out there and let you know we're here, we support the community and we want support from the community."