Women in the Military:
Where They Stand
2007 Conference Highlights
Friday, 11 May
Dr. Randy C. Balano
Integrating Women in the Navy and the Fleet
“Exigency is the Mother of Integration”
Col Barbara Lee, USA (ret), moderator
Dr. Morten G. Ender
Attitudes of American Women Soldiers: Comparisons Across Iraq, Kuwait and Haiti
"I got a girl in the war, man I wonder what it is we done."
Elizabeth At War
“I am scared to come home. I have changed so much….”
LtCol Irene Rosen, MC, USA
Women’s Health in a Field Environment
"Operational commitments may take precedence over medical care"
Capt Joan Darrah USN (ret)
"Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell is perfect Catch 22"
Military Families Matters and Benefits of Serving
Nancy Duff Campbell, moderator
Cadet Melanie Kwan, USMA
How the Army Influences Marital Relations
"How does an individual’s position within...the Army affect marital relations?"
LtGen Carol Mutter, USMC (ret)
Widows and Widowers of the Fallen
Cadet Chelsea A. Cunningham, USMA
The Relationship between Army Deployment and Changing Communications
Cadet Aaron Stark, USMA
Using Military Families to Examine the Effect of Financial Shocks on Marital Stress
Dr. Lisa A. Fowler and Col Pat Jernigan, USA (ret)
Benefits of Service in the US Army
"...assessing the impact of Army service on the economic well-being of women"
Sexual Assault and Violence in the Military
Capt Pat Gormley, JAGC, USN (ret)
Dr. Carol Burke
The Case of Spc. Suzanne Swift
Spec. Suzanne Swift, 22, right, with her mother, Sara Rich
Meg McLagan & Daria Sommers
DACOWITS 2006 Report
Col Denise Dailey, USA