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Women in the Marine Corps


Books

Soderbergh, Peter A. Women Marines in the Korean War Era. Westport, CT, Praeger, 1994. 167 p.
Book call no.: 951.9042 S679w

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


Documents

Fitzgerald, Cheryl L. (Capt., USMC). Analysis of Female Attrition from Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. Monterey, CA, Mar 1996. 149 p. (Naval Postgraduate School. Thesis)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 F553a


Periodicals

Florian, Timothy A.(Capt). Women Should Have the Same PLC (Platoon Leaders Class) Options as Men. Marine Corps Gazette 81:31-33 Sep '97.

Fuentes, Gidget. Marine Corps Making Small Gains, Survey Shows (educating Marines about sexual harassment). Navy Times 46:4+ Nov 25 '96.

Fuentes, Gidget. On Guard! Women Come to the "8th and I." Navy Times 44:8 Feb 13 '95.

Fuentes, Gidget. Take That! (Female Marine recruits train with pugil sticks). Navy Times 45:16-17 Sep 2 '96.

Fuentes, Gidget. Women and Combat: Now All Marines Get at Least 2 Weeks of Combat Field Training. Navy Times: Marine Corps Edition 46:12-14 Apr 21 '97.
Describes the new Marine Combat Training course, a mixed-gender program that marks the Marines' first foray into co-ed combat training.

Goodwin, Jim. A First for Female Marines. Marines 26:6 Aug '97.
About Gunnery Sgt. Patricia Crimmins, the first female Marine to earn the drum major military occupational specialty.

Linville, Ray P. Interview: U. S. Marine Corps Master Sergeant Ligia Amparo-Anderson. Logistics Spectrum 30:31-33 Jun '96.

Linville, Ray P. Interview: U. S. Marine Major General Carol A. Mutter. Logistics Spectrum 30:12-14 May '96.

Rogers, Phillipe D.(Capt, USMC). John Has to Do It, Because Jane Can't. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 122:46 Sep '96.
Although all Marine combat aircraft communities are now open to female aviators, female officers are still not allowed to serve in the combat military occupation specialties of aviation-related ground tours. Author contends that this issue "eventually will undermine the morale of any close-knit aviation unit," and argues that the USMC should "open all combat arms fields or don't open them up at all."

Schoby, Terri E. When the Bough Breaks: Pregnancy and the Marine Corps. Marine Corps Gazette 78:53-54 Dec '94.

Van Riper, Paul K.(LtGen, USMC). Gender Integrated/Segregated Training. Marine Corps Gazette 81:64-65 Nov '97.
Discusses the Marine Corps' policies and procedures for gender integration within entry level recruit training.

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