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Faram, Mark D. Moving Women In, Up and Out
to Sea. Navy Times 42:16-17
Jul 12 '93.
Katz-Stone, Adam. Opportunity Knocks for
Women at Sea. Navy Times
46:22 Nov 11 '96.
Semper Paratus 51 Years Later.
Navy Times 44:18 Nov 28 '94.
Profiles Ruth E. Guttromson, who joined the United Coast Guard as a semper paratus (SPAR) in 1943.
Stump, Bill. Women Skippers: What Else is
New? Navy Times 43:18 Sep
Weizel, Richard. Coast Guard: Working it
Out the Coed Way. New York
Times (Late Edition): Connecticut Weekly section; pg 1 Jan 26
Eight hundred cadets train at the Coast Guard Academy each year, and more than a third of the class of 1999 and 2000 are women.
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