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Ebbert, Jean. Crossed
Currents: Navy Women from WWI to Tailhook.
Washington, Brassey's , 1993. 321 p.
Book call no.: 359.0082 E15c
Weinstein, Laurie Lee. Wives
and Warriors: Women and the Military in the United States and
Canada. Westport, CT, Bergin
& Garvey, 1997. 252 p.
Blue Navy Blues: Submarine Officers and the Two-Person Career.
Book call no.: 355.0082 W834
Zimmerman, Jean. Tailspin:
Women at War in the Wake of Tailhook.
New York, Doubleday, 1995. 336 p.
Book call no.: 355.0082 Z72t
Baxter, Dwayne F. Women
and Nontraditional Occupations in the Navy: A Study of Qualification
over Time. Monterey, CA, September
1993. 83 p. (Naval Postgraduate School. Thesis.)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 B355w
Beagle, Ronda J. (Lt, USN). The
Navy's Search for a Few Good Women: Analysis of a Direct Mail
Campaign. Monterey, CA, Sep
1993. 105 p. (Naval Postgraduate School)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 B3651n
Booth-Kewley, Stephanie. Factors
Affecting the Reporting of Sexual Harassment in the Navy.
San Diego, CA, Sep 1995. 21 p. (NPRDC TN / Navy Personnel Research
and Development Center (U.S.))
Doc. call no.: M-U 42932-11 no.95-9
Brown, Nancy E. (CDR, USN). Women
in Combat in Tomorrow's Navy.
Carlisle Barracks, PA, April 1993. 29 p. (U.S. Army War College
Military Studies Program paper.)
Doc. call no.: M-U 39080-83 B8792w
Center for Naval Analyses. Women
in the Navy: The Past, the Present, and the Future.
Alexandria, VA, March 1994. 40 p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 31914-45
Culbertson, Amy L. Rosenfeld Paul and Newell
Carol E. Sexual Harassment in
the Active-Duty Navy: Findings from the 1991 Navy-Wide Survey.
San Diego, CA, Dec 1993. 1 v. (various pagings) (NPRDC-TR / Navy
Personnel Research and Development Center.)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42932-9 no. 94-2
Daniels, Kathleen B. (Lt, USN). The
Social Construction of Race and Gender: Black Women Officers in
the U. S. Navy. Monterey, CA,
1994. 52 p. (Naval Postgraduate School, U. S. Thesis.)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 D186s
Ernst, Robert W. and Gilbeau Robert J. Gender
Bias in the Navy. Monterey,
CA, June 1993. 118 p. ( Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.). Thesis.)
Study addresses the issues of sexual harassment, gender bias, and women in combat from a male perspective.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 E71g
Garland, Frank C. Women
Aboard Navy Ships: A Comprehensive Health and Readiness Research
Project. Fort Detrick, MD,
U. S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command, 1996. 2 v. (various
Doc. call no.: M-U 42968-3
Joyal, Donna Marie (Lt, USN). Case
Studies of the Recruitment, Selection, Retention and Career Development
of Women in the Navy. Monterey,
CA, March 1993. 129 p. (Naval Postgraduate School)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 J88c
Klapka, Miriam A. and others. Women
on Ships: A Historical Look at Unplanned Losses.
Alexandria, VA, Center for Naval Analyses, 1995. 19 p. (CAB /
Center for Naval Analyses)
Addresses two questions: (1) do unplanned losses of crew members vary over the employment cycle of ships? and (2) are there gender differences in the unplanned loss rate, and what role does pregnancy play in these differences?
Doc. call no.: M-U 31914-44 no. 95-4
Margosian, Mary Ann B.(LCDR, USN) and Vendrzyk,
Judith M. (LT, USN). Policies,
Practices, and the Effect of Gender Discrimination on the Integration
of Women Officers into the Department of the Navy.
Monterey, CA, March 1994. 142 p. (Naval Postgraduate School. Thesis.)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 M328p
Miller, Scot Andrew (Comdr., USN). Perceptions
of Racial and Gender Bias in Naval Aviation Flight Training.
Monterey, CA, Dec 1994. 112 p. (Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 M6513p
Naval Academy: Gender and Racial Disparities.
Washington, DC, Apr 1993. 68 p. (NSIAD / United States. General
Doc. call no.: M-U 41026-147 no. 93-54
Rowe, Elizabeth A. Enlisted
Women at Sea: A Quantitative Analysis.
Newport, RI, March 1994. 100 p. (Naval War College. Center for
Advanced Research. Paper.)
Includes discussion of sexual harassment and women in combat.
Doc. call no.: M-U 41662-6 R878e
Thomas, Marie D. Utilization
of Pregnant Enlisted Women Transferred Off Ships.
San Diego, CA, January 1994 (NPRDDC-TN / Navy Personnel Research
and Development Center.)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42932-11 no. 94-14
Turner, Robbie G. Minority
Women Officers in the Navy: Past, Present and Future Prospects.
Monterey, CA, Mar 1991. 79 p. (Naval Postgraduate School, U. S.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 T9512m
Werkhaven, Lisa R. (LCDR, USN). A
Cohort Analysis of Career Progression for Ethnic and Female Officers
in the U. S. Navy. Monterey,
CA, March 1993. 318 p. (Naval Postgraduate School. Thesis.)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 W488c
Blazar, Ernest. Air Wing 11 Report Due Soon.
Navy Times 46:18 Mar 31 '97.
The Inspector General report is one of a series that have looked into the Navy's Carrier Air Wing 11 and its handling of the service's first female combat pilots.
Blazar, Ernest. Wing of Fate: What Went
Wrong--IG Report Details Mistakes in Rushing Women into Carriers.
Navy Times 46:4+ Jul 14 '97.
Burlage, John. She's in the Navy Now.
Navy Times 44:4 Jan 9 '95.
Navy recruiters are signing up more women.
Culbertson, Amy L. and Rosenfeld, Paul. Assessment
of Sexual Harassment in the Active-Duty Navy. Military
Psychology 6, no. 2:69-93 '94.
Enges-Maas, Mary. Women Join Warship Crew
for Six-Month Long Tour. Navy
Times 42:8 Jun 28 '93.
Lts. (j.g.) Holly Russell and Lisa Schweinfurth are the Navy's first women to join a ship's combat crew for a six-month deployment.
Faram, Mark D. Reservist Flight Officer
is Picked for P-3 Combat Job. Navy
Times 42:8 Jun 28 '93.
LCDR Kathryn Hire is the first Navy women assigned to a combat air crew.
Fletcher, Jean W., McMahon, Joyce S., and Quester,
Aline. Tradition, Technology, and the Changing Roles of Women
in the Navy. Minerva: Quarterly
Report on Women and the Military 11:57-85 Fall-Winter '93.
Garrison, Becky. Are Women OK on Combatants?
Not Really, Says Navy Survey. Navy
Times 44:14 Sep 4 '95.
Garrison, Becky. Deployed and Pregnant.
Navy Times 44:3 Apr 3 '95.
Garrison, Becky. The Grounding of Morale
at Air Wing 11. Navy Times
45:6 Mar 18 '96.
In the wake of a string of crashes, claims emerge that a double standard for male and female pilots was destroying morale in the Navy's Carrier Air Wing 11.
Garrison, Becky. One Size Jet Doesn't Fit
All: Modifications are Needed for Some Women Aviators. Navy
Times 44:34-35 Nov 14 '94.
Garrison, Becky. Too Many Women? What Gender-Neutral
Recruiting Means to Today's Navy. Navy
Times 44:10-11 Mar 27 '95.
Heines, Vivienne. Striking Differences:
Is Navy Combat Jet Training Fair to Women and Blacks? Navy
Times 46:12-15 Mar 10 '97.
Hughey, Michael J. Changes in Women's Health
Care Aboard One Ship. Military
Medicine 162:671-674 Oct '97.
To assess the impact of changes on women's health care needs in an operational setting, a study of one ship was undertaken in 1990 and again in 1995.
Jowers, Karen. Pregnancy Not Used to Shirk
Sea Duty, Research Shows. Navy
Times 46:4 Dec 30 '96.
Katz-Stone, Adam. Opportunity Knocks for
Women at Sea. Navy Times
46:22 Nov 11 '96.
Kaufman, Leslie. Women Come Aboard (combat
ships). Government Executive
26:40-43 Jul '94.
Maze, Rick. Women in the Ranks Get a Thumbs-Up.
Navy Times 44:8 Apr 10 '95.
Nelson, Soraya S. Women in Navy Seek More
Care than Men. Air Force
Times 55:23 Nov 28 '94.
Nice, D. Stephen and Hilton Susan. Sex Differences
and Occupational Influences on Health Care Utilization Aboard
U. S. Navy Ships. Military
Psychology 6, no. 2:109-123 '94.
Nolan, Mary I. Right Time and Place: (USS)
Eisenhower's Historic Mixed-Gender Deployment. Sea
Power 37:41-42 Oct '94.
Palzkill, Dennis J. Take All Comers (integrating
women into the Navy). U.S.
Naval Institute Proceedings 121:79-82 May '95.
Pexton, Patrick. 63 Women Get Carrier Orders.
Navy Times 43:4 Mar 21 '94.
Pexton, Patrick. Better Navy for Women,
Minorities. Navy Times 44:16-17
Feb 13 '95.
Pexton, Patrick. Closing Out First-Filled
Careers: Navy's Female "Gray Eagles" Are Calling it
a Day. Navy Times 46:16
May 19 '97.
About Capt. Jane Skiles O'Dea and Capt. Rosemary Mariner. As members of the first class of women to go through Navy flight school in 1973, almost everything they did thereafter was a Navy "first" for women.
Pexton, Patrick. Five Women Aviators Fly
Right. Navy Times 43:4 Jun
Five women successfully screened for aviation commands, a Navy first.
Pexton, Patrick. New Captains Have Flown
Against Tradition. Navy
Times 42:4 Apr 5 '93.
About Navy's first female aviators to make captain; also includes brief profiles of the first six women to complete flight school.
Pexton, Patrick. Pregnancy Policy Goes to
Sea. Navy Times 44:3 Feb
Pexton, Patrick. Sad, But Inevitable First:
Woman F-14 Pilot (Lt. Kara Hultgreen)Dies in Crash. Navy
Times 44:3 Nov 7 '94.
Pexton, Patrick. Woman's Place: Soon it
Will be on Combatants. Navy
Times 42:10+ Jul 12 '93.
Pexton, Patrick and Garrison Becky. Women
on the Ike: So Far, So Good. Navy
Times 44:18+ Nov 14 '94.
Schmitt, Eric. Women on Warships. Military
Lifestyle 26:20-22 Jun '94.
Schwerin, Michael J. Shipboard Women's Health
Care: Provider Perceptions. Military
Medicine 162:666-670 Oct '97.
Stone, Andrea. Is Navy Sailing by Others'
Integration Woes? Navy Times
47:10 Jan 26 '98.
Although progress in integrating women has been slow throughout the military, the Navy's efforts have, by many accounts, gone smoother than most.
Thomas, Patricia J. and Thomas Marie D. Effects
of Sex, Marital Status, and Parental Status on Absenteeism Among
Navy Enlisted Personnel. Military
Psychology 6, no. 2:95-108 1994.
Weible, Jack. Survey: No Major Problem--Reservists
Report Sexual Harassment is Down. Navy
Times 46:22 Mar 31 '97.
Willis, Grant. Fighting Women in Combat.
Navy Times 43:12-13 Nov 1 '93.
SecDef Aspin's April 28, 1993 directive started the Navy on a path toward assigning women to surface combat ships.
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