Military Women in the NATO Armed Forces

TitleMilitary Women in the NATO Armed Forces
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1999
AuthorsGarcia, Sarah
JournalMinerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military
Start Page33
Date Published06/1999

The debate over women's participation in the military is far from over. Despite those debates, new threats to NATO's collective security, the reorganization of armies and international staffs, advanced weapons technology, and new peacekeeping operations challenge traditional military structures and functions and make the utilization of all available human resources, men and women, imperative. Integrating women into any military is an evolutionary process, now underway in all NATO member nations. Personnel policies that insure a military establishment of the highest quality possible with the resources available are an essential part of this process.

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