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Greene, Byron D. III (Col, USA). Women
in Basic Training: Controversy Continues.
Carlisle Barracks, PA, Apr 1994. 23 p. (Army War College, U. S.
Strategy Research Project.)
Doc. call no.: M-U 39080-537 G799w
Mottern, Jacqueline A. and others. The
1995 Gender Integration of Basic Combat Training Study.
Alexandria, VA, U. S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral
and Social Sciences., 1997. 119 p. (ARI Study Report)
Doc. call no.: M-U 31716-34 no. 97-01
United States. General Accounting Office. Basic
Training: Services are Using a Variety of Approaches to Gender
Integration. Washington, DC,
The Office, Jun 1996. 13 p. (NSIAD / United States. General Accounting
Doc. call no.: M-U 41026-147 no.96-153
Compart, Andrew. Panel to Study Mixed Training:
Cohen Skeptical of Gender Separation. Air
Force Times 57:4 Jul 14 '97.
Compart, Andrew. Panels Clash on Integrated
Training. Air Force Times
58:6 Feb 2 '98.
Most troops think that men and women should be taught together in basic and advanced training, the Defense Department Advisory Committee on Women in the Services has concluded after meeting with more than 1,200 trainers and trainees in every service.
Donnelly, Elaine. Ready or Not: Gender Meshing
and the Disintegration of Good Order. Strategic
Review 25:64-73 Fall '97.
This article is an adaptation of the author's testimony before the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Personnel on June 5, 1997. It argues that a policy of single-gender training should be reinstated for all the services.
Fuentes, Gidget. Take That! (Female Marine
recruits train with pugil sticks). Navy
Times 45:16-17 Sep 2 '96.
Gruenwald, Juliana. Call for Separate Training
Reignites War of Words. Congressional
Quarterly Weekly Report 55:3132-3133 Dec 20 '97.
Herbert, Melissa S. From Crinoline to Camouflage:
Initial Entry Training and the Marginalization of Women in the
Military. Minerva: Quarterly
Report on Women and the Military 11:41-57 Spring '93.
Kitfield, James. Basic Training Gets Nice.
National Journal 29:1914 Sep
In table of contents, title is Kinder, Gentler Growls. Though boot camp has undeniably mellowed, military leaders say it's not women in the ranks who've made the difference.
Korb, Lawrence and Maginnis Robert L. Should
Men and Women Train and Go Into Combat Together? Retired
Officer 53:40-45 Oct '97.
Present pro (Korb) and con (Maginnis) arguments.
Maze, Rick. Single-Sex Training is Defeated--For
Now: Instead, Studies Would Examine Gender Issues. Air
Force Times 57:8 Jul 21 '97.
McHugh, Jane. Let's Get Physical: New PT
(physical training) Standards for Men and Women. Army
Times 58:12-13 Nov 3.
Newman, Richard J. A Drill for Him and a
Drill for Her. U.S. News
& World Report 123:33 Dec 29 '97 - Jan 5 '98.
A Pentagon-appointed civilian panel has concluded that the Army, Navy and Air Force should segregate men and women during basic training. Currently, the recruits are trained together but are not allowed any other contact.
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.
Walker, Paulette. Mixed Companies Become
the Norm. Army Times 55:12-14
Jan 16 '95.
Co-ed basic training in the Army.
Walker, Paulette. Training Regime Steels
Women: Lifting, Load-Carrying Capacity is Bolstered in Natick
Program. Army Times 56:4
Nov 20 '95.
Walker, Paulette. Unisex Basic Training
Starts at Two Posts. Army
Times 55:6 Oct 10 '94.
Wilson, George C. (SecDef) Cohen Assesses
Male-Female Training. Air
Force Times 57:10 Mar 17 '97.
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