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Posted on Oct 1, 2015 Print this Article

Navy Secretary Mabus to Marines: Gender Diversity More Important Than “Survivability and Lethality” in Battle

The Center for Military Readiness has published a new Interim CMR Policy Analysis – Part II, which reports on recently obtained results of U.S. Marine Corps research on the issue of women in direct ground combat units such as the infantry:

Interim CMR Special Report – Part II, Section A U.S. Marine Corps Research Finding: Where Is the Case for Co-Ed Ground Combat? CMR’s 9-page analysis presents direct quotations from an August 18, 2015, memorandum signed by Brig. Gen. George W. Smith, Jr., Director of the Marine Corps Force Innovation Office at Quantico, VA. (Download PDF for full content)
Posted on Oct 1, 2015 Print this Article