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Women in the Army


Mosher, Mary A. Army Women in Combat: An Examination of Roles, Opportunities, Administration, and Social Acceptability. 1993. 210 leaves. (D. P. A. thesis, University of Alabama)
Book call no.: 355.4082 M911a

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services. Military Forces and Personnel Subcommittee. Assignment of Army and Marine Corps Women under the New Definition of Ground Support. Washington, DC, 1995. 107 p. (103rd Congress, 2nd session: hearing held October 6, 1994.)
Book call no.: 355.0082 U581a


Greiner, Thomas M. and Gordon, Claire C. Assessing Patterns of Change in Anthropomentric Dimensions: Secular Trends of U. S. Army Females 1946-1988. Natick, MA, January 1993. 68 p. (Technical report. U.S. Army Natick Research and Development Center.)
Doc. call no.: M-U 32402-23 no.93/013

Steinberg, Alma G., Harris, Beverly C. and Scarville, Jacqueline. Why Promotable Female Officers Leave the Army. Alexandria, VA, July 1993. 1 vol. (various pagings). (ARI Study report. U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences.)
Doc. call no.: M-U 3171;6-34 no.93-04

Terry, Jo Carol. Leadership Development of Senior Military Women in the Army. Carlisle Barracks, PA, U. S. Army War College, May 1996. 16 p. (Stategy research project)
Doc. call no.: M-U 39080-537 T329L

Westwood, John and Turner, Hughes. Marriage and Children as Impediments to Career Progression of Active Duty Career Women Army Officers. Carlisle Barracks, PA, U. S. Army War College, May 1996. 51 leaves. (USAWC Fellowship research project)
Prepared for Harvard University.
Doc. call no.: M-U 39080-607 W538m


Compart, Andrew. Fort Lee Poised for Women's Army Museum. Army Times 58:21 Sep 8 '97.

Craciunoiu, Sarah. Rising Star (Major General Claudia J. Kennedy). Soldiers 52:26-27 Jul '97.

[General] Reimer: Army Not Perfect, But Still a Good Place for Women. Army Times 58:3-4 Aug 11 '97.
Interview with Army Chief of Staff Gen. Dennis Reimer.

Harris, Beverly C. and others. Why Promotable Female Officers Leave the Army. Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 12:1-23 Fall '94.

Hasenauer, Heike. Mothers in Training: Womack Army Medical Center at Fort Bragg, N.C., has Introduced Two Innovative Programs that are Helping to Ensure the Good Health of Pregnant Soldiers and Their Babies. Soldiers 52:24-26 Aug '97.

Hasenauer, Heike. Reaching for the Stars (Army astronaut Maj. Nancy Currie) Soldiers 51:52-53 Sep '96.

Hasenauer, Heike and Kalinoski Mark S. More Positions Open for Women. Soldiers 49:21-22 Sep '94.

Ide, Douglas. Women in the Army: Traditions of Service. Soldiers 50:32-36 Jul '95.

Kane, Pamela A. National Guard Women Break Barriers in Aviation. National Guard 47:14-16+ Nov '93.
About 1LT Tammy Gross, the Army Guard's first Cobra pilot, and Maj. Jackie Parker, training to be the first Air Guard F-16 woman pilot.

Maze, Rick. Women--More Gain than Pain: Opening of Specialties Hasn't Hurt, Officials Say. Army Times 55:7 Apr 3 '95.

McHugh, Jane. Focus Group: Army Women Don't Cut Physical Muster. Army Times 58:14 Sep 29 '97.

McHugh, Jane. Let's Get Physical: New PT (physical training) Standards for Men and Women. Army Times 58:12-13 Nov 3.

McHugh, Jane. Study: PT (Army Physical Fitness) Test Too Easy for Women Army Times 57:3 Oct 28 '96.

McHugh, Jane. Thumbs Up to Pregnant Soldiers: Wellness Program Helps Soldiers to Stay Fit. Army Times 58:14 Nov 3 '97.

McIntire, Katherine. Female Faces to Grace Old Guard (3rd U. S. Infantry). Army Times 54:10 May 9 '94.

McIntire, Katherine. Guard Assigns First Woman Combat Pilot. Army Times 54:22 Nov 15 '93.
Army National Guard's first woman qualified to fly combat aircraft, 1LT Tammy Gross.

McIntire, Katherine. Women in the Army. Army Times 54:12-14+ Apr 18 '94.
Also deals with pregnancy issues.

Moore, Alan. A Female Perspective. Soldiers 52:31 Sep '97.
About female guards at the US Disciplinary Barracks at Fort Leavenworth.

Naylor, Sean D. and Walker Paulette V. Army Makes New Rules for Women. Army Times 55:3+ Aug 8 '94.

Newman, Richard J. Army Sex Ed 101: Lessons from Racial Integration Could Ease Gender Wars. U.S. News & World Report 123:50-52 Aug 11 '97.

Patterson, Kristin. Lister: Future Still Bright for Women in the Army. Army Times 57:8 Jan 20 '97.
The future of women in the Army is still bright despite the sex scandals that came to light at the end of 1996, says Sara Lister, assistant secretary of the Army for manpower and reserve affairs.

Patterson, Kristin. (MajGen Claudia) Kennedy Tapped for Third Star: Army Names First Woman Lt. General. Army Times 57:3+ Apr 7 '97.

Tice, Jim. Army Opens 18,000 Jobs to Women. Army Times 54:3 Jan 24 '94.
About 18,000 additional combat support and combat services positions in the active Army and reserves will be opened to women on October 1, 1994.

Tice, Jim. Percentage of Active-Duty Women Hits a New High (in the Army). Army Times 55:4 Apr 10 '95.

Tice, Jim. Women Gain Jobs, Face More Combat. Army Times 55:12-13+ Aug 8 '94.
Includes charts: Top Jobs for Army Women; What's Open, What's Closed.

Virgin Islands' Pilot Sets High Standards; Passing the Blue Ceiling. National Guard 47:20-22 Nov '93.
About Major Caroline Adams, the Army National Guard's first woman state aviation officer.

Walker, Paulette. Mixed Companies Become the Norm. Army Times 55:12-14 Jan 16 '95.
Co-ed basic training in the Army.

Walker, Paulette. Studies Ask: Can Women Handle the Tough Jobs? Army Times 55:15 Feb 27 '95.
Researchers are conducting studies to determine whether Army women will be able to handle the more physically demanding assignments now open to them.

Where are Army Women? Army Times 55:42 Aug 8 '94.
Chart shows positions held by Army women, out of the total number in each field.

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