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Undaunted: The Real Story of America's Servicewomen in
Today's Military. New York, New
American Library, 2013. 350 p.
Book call no.: 355.009252 B578u
Brown, Kerk B. Ending Combat Exclusion The Right Wo(man) For the Job. Carlisle Barracks, PA, U.S. Army War College, 2012. 28 p.
Co-ed Combat: The New Evidence that Women Shouldn't Fight the
Nation's Wars. New York, Sentinel, 2007. 350
Book call no.: 355.00820973 B882c
Burrelli, David. Women in Combat: Issues for Congress. Washington, Congressional Research Service, 2013. 14 p. (CRS report for Congress.)
Soviet Women in Combat : A History of Violence on the Eastern
Front. New York, Cambridge
University Press, 2010. 320 p.
Book call no.: 940.541247082 K94s
Mackenzie, Megan H.
Female Soldiers in Sierra Leone: Sex, Security, and
Post-Conflict Development. New York, New York University
Press, 2012. 175 p. (Gender and political violence series.)
Book call no.: 305.43 M157f
Skaine, Rosemarie. Women in Combat: A Reference Handbook.
Santa Barbara, CA, ABC-CLIO, 2011. 319 p. (Contemporary
Book call no.: 355.4082 S626w
Stone, Ervin R. Women in Combat:
Standardize the Physical Fitness Test. Quantico, VA, United
States Marine Corps Command and Staff College, 2009. 12 p.
Book call no.: M-U 41886-131 S877
United States. Office of the Under Secretary of Defense
(Personnel and Readiness). Report to Congress on
the Review of Laws, Policies and Regulations Restricting the Service of Female
Members in the U.S. Armed Forces. Washington, Dept. of
Defense, February 2012. 22 p.
Book call no.: 355.4082 U581r
Women in War: From Homefront to Front Line,
edited by Lee, Celia and Strong, Paul Edward. Barnsley, Pen & Sword
Military, 2012. 237 p.
Book call no.: 355.03300082 W872
More books and documents on: "women in combat."
Barry, Ben. Women in Combat. Survival: Global Politics and Strategy 55:19-30 April-May 2013.
Goldman, Andrew. All Quiet on the Washington Front. New York Times Magazine, p 10 February 17, 2013.
King, Anthony. Women in Combat. The RUSI Journal 158:4-11 March 2013.
Laufer-Ukeles, Pamela. Cross-Dressers with Benefits: Female Combat Soldiers in the United States and Israel. University of Baltimore Law Review 41 Winter 2012.
"Women in combat"
|"Women in war"|
New York, Room 11 Productions, 2008. 1 videodisc, 82 min.
"2008 award winning documentary about 5 female U.S. Army soldiers who served in
Army and Marine infantry units in Iraq."--Abstract.
DVD call no.: 355.4082 L763
Alexandria, VA, PBS Video, 1996. 1 videocassette, 57 min.
"Explores the controversy over the post-Tailhook mandate to introduce women into combat roles and positions of greater authority."--Abstract.
VHS call no.: 359.0082 N327
Tyson, Ann Scott. For Female GIs, Combat is a Fact. Washington Post May 13, 2005.
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