The Status of Gender Integration in the Military: Analysis of Selected Occupations

By Margaref C. Harrell; Megan K. 8eclceh Chlaylng et al. | Go to book overview

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

We are grateful for assistance from Col Sheila Earle, U.S. Air Force; Bradford Loo; and CDR Leslie Quinn, U.S. Navy, of our sponsoring office. Additionally, LTC Margaret Flott, U.S. Army; LTJG Summer Jones and CAPT Sarah McCullom, U.S. Navy; Capt Emi Izawa, U.S. Air Force; and LtCol. Craig Timberlake, Maj. Andrew Gilmore, and Capt. Antonio Martinez, U.S. Marine Corps, were invaluable in their roles as primary service contacts as we conducted this research.

This work depended heavily upon the cooperation of many offices throughout the services as we gained an understanding of the current status of gender integration and of how the selected occupations were managed. Thus, we appreciate the assistance of the following individuals, who all willingly contributed their time and assistance. We list them below by service, in alphabetical order:

Army: CW5 Mike Adair, Steve Bell, CW3 George Ciminale, MAJ Coakley, CW4 Robert Cox, SFC Woodrow Jones, SFC Richard S. Law, LTC John R. Luce, Douglas McCann, SGM John Rather, LTC William A. Rigby, MAJ Burton Shields, LTC Paul D. Thornton, LTC Stephen K. Walker, and CW4 Johnny Warren.

Navy: CDR David Caldwell, STGCS Patrick Gustafson, LTC Rebecca Harper, CAPT Joseph Harriss, LT Matt Hawks, CDR Jim Hooper, LCDR Stephen Kozloski, STGCS Eric William Page, CDR John Peterson, STGC Robert Polk, FCCM(SW) Kirk Snyder, and GMC(SW) William J. Yeo.

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  • Title Page *
  • Preface iii
  • Contents v
  • Tables ix
  • Summary xiii
  • Acknowledgments xxiii
  • Abbreviations xxv
  • Chapter One - Introduction 1
  • Chapter Two - Data Analysis: Summary of Representation of Women in the Services 13
  • Chapter Three - Examination of Selected Occupations 47
  • Chapter Four - Conclusions, Recommendations, and Policy Implications 123
  • Bibliography 137
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