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Women as Pilots


Books

Cadogan, Mary. Women with Wings: Female Fliers in Fact and Fiction. Chicago, Academy Chicago, 1993. 278 p.
Book call no.: 629.130082 C125w

Walker, Diana Barnato. Spreading My Wings: One of Britain's Top Woman Pilots Tells Her Remarkable Story. Sparkford, Patrick Stephens Ltd., 1994. 224 p.
Book call no.: 92 W178s


Documents

Caldwell, John A. Jr. and Caldwell J. Lynn. Female and Male Aviators are Not Affected Differently by Sleep Deprivation and Continuous Task Demands. Fort Rucker, AL, June 1996. 21 P. (USAARL report / U. S. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42959 no.96-28

McGlohn, Suzanne E. and others. Psychological Characteristics of United States Air Force Pilots. Brooks AFB, TX, July 1996. 24 p. (AL/AO-TR / Armstrong Laboratory (U.S.))
Examines a number of psychological variables in groups of female and male USAF pilots, with the purpose of understanding gender differences on intelligence, personality, and psychosocial issues.
Doc. call no.: M-U 43953-14 1996 no.0097

Mullins, Wendy Rae. (Maj, USA). Female Combat Helicopter Pilot Selection Criteria. Fort Leavenworth, KS, June 1993. 105 p. (U. S. Army Command and General Staff College. Thesis.)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42022 M959f

Shannon, Samuel G. and Mason Kevin T. Aviation Epidemiology Data Register: Gender-Specific Attrition from the Trained U. S. Army Aviator Cohort of 1988. Fort Rucker, AL, July 1994. 19 p. (USAARL / United States. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory.)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42959 no. 94-36

Voge, Victoria M. and King Raymond E. Self-Reported Aviation Concerns of Male and Female US Air Force and Army Rated Aircrew. Brooks AFB, TX, Armstrong Laboratory, Air Force Materiel Command, Feb 1996. 40 p. (AL/AO-TR / Armstrong Laboratory)
POW concerns, pp 16-17 Combat concerns, pp 17-18
Doc. call no.: M-U 43953-14 1996 no.0039


Periodicals

Adde, Nick. Keeping One Legacy Alive, Starting Another: Women Aviators Establish Network to Stimulate Careers. Army Times19 Dec 25 '95.

Carretta, T. R. Male-Female Performance on U. S. Air Force Pilot Selection Tests. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine 68:818-823 Sep '97.

Garrison, Becky. One Size Jet Doesn't Fit All: Modifications are Needed for Some Women Aviators. Navy Times 44:34-35 Nov 14 '94.

King, Raymond E. and McGlohn Suzanne E. Female United States Air Force Pilot Personality: The New Right Stuff. Military Medicine 162:695-697 Oct '97.

Pexton, Patrick. Five Women Aviators Fly Right. Navy Times 43:4 Jun 27 '94.
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.

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