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Posted on Feb 20, 2016 Print this Article

Issue 39: February 2016

CMR Statement for the Senate Armed Services Committee: Congress Should Review Results of Research on Women in Combat
 
 
We are pleased to send you the newest article on our website, which includes a Statement for the Record that CMR was invited to submit to the
Senate Armed Services Committee on February 2.

 
The full 37-page statement, which is supported by extensive footnotes and links to cited sources, is posted here:
 
 
An eight-page summary is posted here:
 
 
Now that the Senate has had its first hearing on the issue of women in combat since 1991 -- 25 years ago -- they need to have more hearings with independent experts - many of whom are cited in the CMR Statement for the Record and in previous CMR Special Reports.
 
Many issues have yet to be discussed, including changes in military culture that would have far-reaching consequences in the civilian world. The following articles provide further insight into why congressional attention to military/social issues is long overdue.
   
You can help by visiting, "liking," and sharing articles on the CMR Facebook page, linked here.  Thank you for your continuing support, and for helping to spread the word.
 
Sincerely,
 
Elaine's Signature-Blue




 
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The Center for Military Readiness is an independent public policy organization that specializes in military/social issues.  Additional information on these topics and more are posted on the website, www.cmrlink.org.
Posted on Feb 20, 2016 Print this Article