Gender Integration in the Military: Presentations Given at the Naval Postgraduate School.
Elster, Richard S.
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In an attempt to identify manpower, personnel, and training policy issues and research and development requirements associated with changes in the numbers and roles of women in the Navy, experts in various disciplines were asked to address the issues they saw as pertinent to an increased participation by women in the Navy. These experts delivered their views in oral briefing sessions with officers representing each of the branches of the United States armed forces, including the Coast Guard, at the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey. The tape-recorded transcripts of these sessions, including questions from the audience, were edited for publication. The final version of this report was revised and updated (via footnotes) to reflect mid-1981 realities by Captain Yvonne M. Dupes, USN, Coordinator, Women in the Military, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense.
Reviewed by: C. R. Jones, Chairman, Department of Administrative Sciences; Released by: W. M. Tolles, Dean of Research