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Evans, Mary Ann and Rosen Leora. Women
in the Military: Pregnancy, Command Climate, Organizational Behavior,
and Outcomes. Fort Sam Houston,
TX, May 1996. 163 p. (HR / Academy of Health Sciences)
Doc. call no.: M-U 43526-1 no.96000
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
Monsen, Kathleen. Pregnancy
in the US Armed Services and Its Impact on Readiness.
Maxwell AFB, AL, 1997. 39 leaves. (Air University (U.S.). Air
Command and Staff College. Research paper.)
Doc. call no.: M-U 43122 M754p
Research Triangle Institute. 1995
Department of Defense Survey of Health Related Behaviors Among
Military Personnel. Research
Triangle Park, NC, 1995. 1 vol. (various pagings).
Chapter 9: Health Issues Among Women in the Military. Includes stress, pregnancy, and perceived quality of OB-GYN care.
Book call no.: M-U 42542-5d
Sandercock, Debra J. The
Incidence and Duration of Breastfeeding in Active Duty Military
Women. 1993. 32 p. (Thesis,
M. S. -- University of Cinncinnati)
Doc. call no.: M-U 43567-611
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
Cadenhead, Julia T. Pregnancy on Active
Duty: Making the Tough Decisions. U.S.
Naval Institute Proceedings 121:52-53 Apr '95.
Garrison, Becky. Deployed and Pregnant.
Navy Times 44:3 Apr 3 '95.
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.
Jowers, Karen. Pregnancy Not Used to Shirk
Sea Duty, Research Shows. Navy
Times 46:4 Dec 30 '96.
Lawson, Chris. Pregnant and You're Out?
(of the Naval Academy) Navy
Times 44:8 Jun 5 '95.
Mason, Kevin T. Pregnancy and Flying Duties.
U. S. Army Aviation Digest
pp 22-27 Jul-Aug '94.
McHugh, Jane. Thumbs Up to Pregnant Soldiers:
Wellness Program Helps Soldiers to Stay Fit. Army
Times 58:14 Nov 3 '97.
McIntire, Katherine. Women in the Army.
Army Times 54:12-14+ Apr 18
Also deals with pregnancy issues.
Messersmith-Heroman, K., Heroman, W. M., and
and Moore, T. R. Pregnancy Outcome in Military and Civilian
Women. Military Medicine
159:577-579 Aug '94.
Nelson, Soraya. The Mother of all Workouts.
Army Times 54:16 Jun 13 '94.
Mandatory fitness course for pregnant soldiers at Fort Lewis, WA.
Pexton, Patrick. Pregnancy Policy Goes to
Sea. Navy Times 44:3 Feb
Pexton, Patrick. Shipboard and Pregnant.
Navy Times 43:12-14 Aug 22 '94.
Sadler, Georgia C. and Thomas Patricia J. Rock
the Cradle, Rock the Boat? U.S.
Naval Institute Proceedings 121:50-56 Apr '95.
Schoby, Terri E. When the Bough Breaks:
Pregnancy and the Marine Corps. Marine
Corps Gazette 78:53-54 Dec '94.
SecNav Announces Pregnancy Policy.
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings
121:56 Apr '95.
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