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Judith Hicks Stiehm

In: Gender and Women's Leadership: A Reference Handbook

Chapter 12: Women as Leaders in the Military

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Women as Leaders in the Military
Women as leaders in the military

The military has a unique function. It kills. It does so on behalf of the nation and at the direction of its elected leaders. In addition, many military members take great risks and some sacrifice their lives. On the other hand, although trained for combat, some never engage in it, and others have specialties such as accounting that do not require them to kill and that almost guarantee their safety. Nevertheless, all who wear a military uniform are conscious of what separates them from civilians. That is a mission ...

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