THE NAVY HAS A GENDER DILEMMA

TitleTHE NAVY HAS A GENDER DILEMMA
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsPurvis, Jim
JournalU.S. Naval Institute Proceedings
Volume143
Issue7
Pagination11
Date Published07/2017
Abstract

A piece of history slipped by in the night a little while ago. To quote USNI News: "Last night, two of their forward-deployed ships, the USS Porter (DDG-78) and the USS Ross (DDG-71), conducted strikes into Syria. He just want to say that the commanding officers of both those ships, Russ Caldwell and Andria Slough, performed magnificently, along with their crews, said Admiral Michelle Howard, Commander, US Naval Forces Europe. Equal opportunity is coming; it's inevitable. But there is nothing inevitable about how people get there or how long it will take. There is no way around it: the Navy has an enormous role to play. On the one hand, the whole point of gender integration is to get to the place where women serving in combat roles is not news.

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