Women in the Military
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The Center for Military Readiness held a forum on the role of women in the military. Panelists talked about military recruitment and readiness, military training programs, assignments for women in combat theaters, and societal changes resulting from the inclusion of women in the military. They also talked about adhering to challenging performance standards, the influence of the feminist movement on military policy toward women, and the impact of sexual misconduct cases on morale and discipline in the armed forces. Following their remarks they answered questions from the audience.
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Elaine Donnelly Founder and President Center for Military Readiness
Charles W. Gittins Attorney
Kate O'Beirne Editor National Review->Washington, DC
Karin Agness Founder and President Network of Enlightened Women
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